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i recently installed realtek sound driver software in my system,
but after installing it,the speakers are not working....
I'm using fedora 13(x86_64).
i just want to make my system speak,like before....
how to make my speakers work ?
Anyone please reply....
its really annoying to work without any sounds....
please reply soon....
how to select the correct output device and adjust the mixer ?
because, when i tried the alsamixer,
i cant select the device...
there is no option to select the device,only default is available,or it asks for the device name... :-(
after selecting alsamixer i cant select and give my sound card,
because there is only two options
2.enter your device name.
by default the default option is being selected.
i dont know the command to select and give my sound card.
also when i gave this command
it resulted like this.
[root@localhost pradeep]# alsaunmute
/sbin/alsactl: init:1743: No soundcards found...
[pradeep@localhost ~]$ alsaconf
bash: alsaconf: command not found
when i gave alsamixer command and pressed f6 it came like this, http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4101/...8d8b2432_b.jpg
i was not able to select and give any other sound device in that window,
also i dono about the name of the sound device which is asked in that window,
by default the default option is selected.
Select the correct output device and adjust mixer and check any of the 'mixers' for volume.
how to select the correct output device and check mixers for volume ?
I think its a speakers problems. or Drivers problems. First of all remove your current driver and reinstall your sound driver and check that driver is working or not. and if you face same problem then check your speaker cable is ok,and if cable is ok then check your speaker.