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I am a newbie.
I remember using mandrake 8.2 and the sound worked right away,
but now for some reason I installed Mandrake 10 and I cant get a sound out
of the card.
It seems like it has detected it during the installation because in the
control center > hardware I can see it in the list of detected hardware as
an YMF -724. So it must be there.... but on the KMIX applet next to the time
I can see a speaker with a red X on it, but mute is NOT selected.
When I click on it with the left mouse button I get a small window that
tells me to select current mixer from a drop down box. But there is no
mixer in there to select!
What must I do? Please if you know discribe the solution as best as you can
because I am new to linux.
I found this post that seems to have the solution.... but I have no idea what to do!
Can anyone help me out?
Sascha Noyes <email@example.com> writes:
> sound does not work, even though alsa is up-and-running. this card
> worked 'out of the box' with alsa on 8.2. If you need more info ask
> - i don't know exactly what to provide