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soubhab 08-27-2009 01:40 PM

Problem with Sound Card(VIA VT1708B)

I am a new user to Fedora 8.I tried to test my Audio card by using
System---->Administration------->Sound Card Detection. But my test failed(I couldn't hear the sample sound).My machine specification as follows.....

Mother Board:::
Processor::Intel Pentium D(Dual Core).
Audio Card specification (Included in the MotherBoard)::VIA VT1708B High Definition Audio 8 Channel.

Can anyone help me to find the audio driver for the above specification or
please give some suggestions to solve that problem.

Thanks and Regards

business_kid 08-28-2009 03:33 AM

It seems to be in the kernel. I only have 2.6.21 on this box. Try in
make menuconfig

device drivers/sound/alsa/pci devices/Intel hda
(That is a guess)

There you can enable support for various manufacturers. You will need a kernel source, and then copy the config-<your kernel> from /boot to /usr/src/linux-<your kernel source>/.config

Note: it's .config (DotConfig) not just config.

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