Re: sound: loading of sound driver fails after reboot from Windows
On 11 Jun 2003 "Brian P.D. Smyth" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On Mon, Jun 09, 2003 at 09:34:00PM +0100, Ben Kal wrote:
>>>> On Mon, Jun 02, 2003 at 12:28:45AM +0100, Ben Kal wrote:
>>>> Do some of you know more about the following inconvenience I have with
>>>> sound on my Linux machine:
>>>> sound works fine if I boot directly into Linux after power-on,
>>>> and if I reboot from Linux back into Linux;
>>>> sound does not work at all after rebooting into Linux from Windows.
>>>> In Windows sound works under all circumstances.
>> Thanks, you were the only one who had something useful to say on this. As
>> no further reactions are forthcoming I consider this little thread closed
>> with the following conclusions:
>> - Windows (Windows 2000 at least, that's the variant on my laptop)
>> somehow keeps a grip on the sound card even after it has been stopped,
>> possibly by "not releasing the IRQ";
>> - switching to grub as boot manager may solve the problem;
>> - otherwise there is nothing but a hard reboot if yow want sound in
> It has been a number of years since I had Windows and Linux running
> together but I do recall that I had to disable a bios setting that
> allowed the OS (Windows) to control IRQs (disable Plug & Play OS). If
> you hard set the IRQs in the bios both Windows and Linux should use the
> same ones.
Plug & Play OS *is* disabled in the BIOS. The BIOS allows me to "hard set
IRQs" and IO ports for only a few devices, the serial and parallel ports as
far as I remember, not for the sound card anyway. But, hard set or not, the
IRQ and other hardware settings for the sound card drivers *are* the same in
Windows and Linux. I carefully checked that, and reported the values in my
So .... I don't think you just provided the key to a solution.
Thanks for your follow-up though!
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