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Bug 162323

Summary: ALSA oes not configure ATI IXP 150 sound card correctly on Toshiba A75-S229
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: mark baatz <j3mbaatz>
Component: alsa-libAssignee: Martin Stransky <stransky>
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Description mark baatz 2005-07-02 16:03:46 UTC
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Description of problem:
I am running FC4 on a Toshiba A75-S229 laptop, configured with an ATI IXP150 chipset.  Soundcard detection is correctly performed and snd-atiixp is displayed as the applicable driver. However, the soundcard test fails.  I've checked  alsi mixer settings including the master sound level and can not identify any reason.

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1. Happens every boot, soundcard detection event 

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Comment 1 Martin Stransky 2005-07-11 08:55:31 UTC
Does your card work properly after the installation?

Comment 2 mark baatz 2005-07-12 18:18:54 UTC
No.  In previous versions of FC, I was able to blacklist the driver in hotplug
and start the card later.  However, with FC4 this does not work either.  The
alsa mixer settings can be changed, but no sound is available and I've verified
that the card is not muted.  In windows there are no problems using the
soundcard either.

In summary, the soundcard test executes, but no sound is ever heard, in spite of
the fact that the correct driver is identified.

Comment 3 Martin Stransky 2005-07-18 12:59:23 UTC
Have you tried aplay? A problem may be with some channels in mixer, it can be
muted or unmuted and it may cause a trouble...