Thank you again Simon,
I have tried what you asked me, and it does not work unfortunately.
Another person in this forum in another forum has said the following:
I had a quick lookup of this error after finding this thread. It unfortunately seems to be a known bug for this particular chipset, and quite an obscure one. One fix suggested was the following:
1. Open the file /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base. There are any number of ways of doing this, one such way is to press Alt-F2, and in the box that comes up, enter the command "gksudo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base" without quotes.
2. Add the following line at the end (again without quotes): "options snd-hda-intel model=auto".
3. Save the file and reboot.
I tried this as well, but no luck.
But maybe I am doing something else wrong..?!
I have no idea what to choose from the Drop-down lists that is in:
I will try to provide SreenShots of what I see.
This is what I currently have:
Music and Movies:
-<same options as above>
--<same options as above>
--Same as above PLUS "USB Audio", "Test Sound" and "Silent"
Default Mixer Track
-HDA Intel ALSA mixer
-USB Device, 0x64d:0x990(Alsa mixer)
-Realtek ALC882(OSS Mixer)
I just dont know what to pick?
I have tried a few combinations.. but nothing seems to work.
any help would me appreciated !