RE: How to unmute the sound?
Yes. I tried to recompile because of missing sound suddenly for unknown
When I was recompiling the alsa-driver, it told me that the sound is unmated
by default. After finished installing the driver again (without checking if
sound is muted or unmated), when using "alsactl store", it returns that "no
sound card found". But the sound card is indeed there by "lspci".
In alsamixer, there's no "MM" for each volume bars. I have tried to ajust
and switch mute mode, it works pretty well. But no sound output. I don't
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf
Of Kushal Kumaran
Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2008 12:19 AM
To: Debian User List
Subject: Re: How to unmute the sound?
On Feb 13, 2008 3:58 AM, Michael Yang <email@example.com> wrote:
> My sound card stopped working on my laptop D630 (lenny/sid). I tried to
> recompile the alsa-driver, it returns one warning indicating that sound
> channel for the card is muted by default.
> But when run the "alsamixer", all the channels are available to ajust the
> What should I do to fix this issue, or how to unmute the sound?
In alsamixer, look at the bottom of the volume bars. If it says "MM"
there, type M to unmute. The volume can be adjusted independently of
whether the channel is muted.
Did the sound stop working with the new driver? Or you tried to
recompile because of missing sound?
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