Re: Sound Problem
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J Cole wrote:
I was having a sound problem too. I don't know what you mean by noise,
but I was getting a static hiss out of the left speaker that wouldn't go
away unless I turned my speakers off. I did a google search and found
the answer. If your running Gnome, click on the volume icon in your
system panel and go to properties. Turn the volume all the way down on
the digital-1 channel. In KDE, run kmix and turn off IEC958 in the
To How It May Concern,
I have Fedora 2, when installed it configured my sound as es-1371, my
sound card is a Creative Sounblaster 128 (New).
The problem I have is that I can hear sound, but it has a lot of
noise. I have used different speaker attachments to check the external
connection but its still is has noise.
with the same hardware under Red hat 7.3 (standard, out of the box
installation) worked fine.
Has anyone had the same trouble, should I update ALSA or go back to
the sound engine RH 7.3 used?
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