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Re: soundcard log messages

The Ensoniq message refers to the chipset for the SBLive. Looks like your driver has gone the way of all the world. 

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Anthony Fox <adf5j@cs.virginia.edu>
Reply-To: Anthony Fox <adf5j@cs.virginia.edu>
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2000 04:44:08 -0500

>I have a Soundblaster Live XGamer soundcard for which I have the alsa
>drivers installed and working fine.  When I booted my computer this
>morning, dmesg gives me the following two errors:
>Nov 14 09:06:09 driver kernel: snd: card 1 is out of range (0-0)
>Nov 14 09:06:09 driver kernel: snd: Ensoniq AudioPCI soundcard #1 not found or device busy
>This is strange because 1) I have never seend the messages before and 
>2) I don't have an Ensoniq AudioPCI soundcard.  The only thing I have
>done is unplug the speakers from the soundcard and plug in a set of
>headphones, but I have don't think this should have affected anything.
>Does anyone know why I am seeing these messages and how I can get rid
>of them?
>Thanks in advance,
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