On Monday 13 August 2007 13:07, Tim wrote: > On Mon, 2007-08-13 at 13:41 +0700, Yunus wrote: > > In last part of FC7 Installation process, there was step to test > > sound. When I clicked on play button, I could not hear sound. > > Did it have tabs, or drop-down lists to try out some options? On my > installs (to desktop PCs) there often were various options that could be > tried, not all of them works. You can try again from the "Soundcard > Detection" option in the Gnome System/Administration menu. Or manually > issue the command that runs it: system-config-soundcard > > -- > [[email protected] ~]$ uname -ipr > 126.96.36.199-41.fc7 i686 i386 Hi Tim. Putting aside the terrible problems there can be to get hda intel to work, another point to do with the sound test, is that when you press the play sound button, you may or may not hear the sound even if the soundcard is setup ok, because pretty much by default alsamixer has sound muted to save your speakers and hearing. After sound test has played the test sound, it asks if you heard it, yes, or no. So for example, alsamixer has the sound muted, and you don't hear anything, so you don't answer "yes", and IIRC if you press "no" the soundcard is disabled, and set as null, or something like that. If Yunus has done that, it is worthwhile running system-config-soundcard as you suggest. Then when you play the test sound, answer "yes" whether you heard it or not, and then run alsamixer, unmuting, raising sliders etc. For a test sound, just running speaker-test sends some pink noise to his speakers. To stop the test, press CTRL +c . My 2¢ worth of rambling on. Nigel.