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Old 10-22-2007, 06:59 PM   #1
Craz1000
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Audigy2 Soundcard problem


NOTE: im new to fedora 7, before that i used RH-8 for a few months

ive searched these forums and cant really find an answer for this, i have an audigy2 and its basically working when it wants to, sometimes when i boot it works fine others i get a message when i enter KDE saying that the sound server cant start under 'default' device. so far when when it is working i think its using the emu10k1 chip and from what ive been reading i need the emu10k2 driver... but cant find it anywhere. only thing ive found is an alsa driver that dosent really say its for my card but i have to compile it. the hardware itself is fine it works fine when i boot into windows.

EDIT: usually when i reboot it works fine after that, on control center its on autodetect, any ideas what this could be?

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