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Hi I just put in my punny back up mobo and now I can't get anysound. I was a useing my Creative Labs Sound Aodugiy 2 ZS, but my back up board only has two pci slots so I can't use it. Well anyway I am stuck with the onboard sound card, and there isn't any sound what so ever. When I run alsaconf it names the card as VIA 8235 and the chipset as C-Media Electronics CMI 9761 what is the driver that I need to get sound on Suse Linux 9.2 Pro.
Distribution: Slackware, Windows, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Mac OS X
Do you have a sound cable hooked up to the cdrom from the card? If not try upgrading xmms to at least version 1.2.10 and choose the digital audio extraction option, or you could just plug in a cable.