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Hi.. I've installed suse 10 sp1. Everything seems perfect except for the sound. I checked out all options. It is also detecting the sound card(which is conexant high definition audio). But there is no sound in my system.
Presuming nothing is wrong with your sound system then go to "applications" - "multimedia" - "sound mixer" then click on the output tab and make sure all the switches or (lights at the top of slide switches are green). Slide all the controls to maximum and if the sound hurts your ears, adjust the first control on the left.
If there is no sound then you change switch.
I don't remember if MM is for mute and 00 is for on.
But you can check.
I also don't remember how change values to MM or 00 but it sould be very easy try different keys.
then press escape button alsa screen will go away. And you are done. Try playing some thing again.
I am am running suse at run-level 3 no graphics or alsa other wise I could have told you exactly.