sound chip driver
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  1. #1
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    Unhappy sound chip driver

    anybody know where sound card drivers reside?

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    Re: sound chip driver

    in nepal next to the guru ?

    hehe, sorry, couldn't resist.

    BTW, install "pavucontrol" (then access from multimedia -> Pulseaudio Volume Control), which has solved *a zillion* of sound issues for me.
    "monsters John ... monsters from the ID..."
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    Re: sound chip driver

    Quote Originally Posted by bobx001
    in nepal next to the guru ?

    hehe, sorry, couldn't resist.

    BTW, install "pavucontrol" (then access from multimedia -> Pulseaudio Volume Control), which has solved *a zillion* of sound issues for me.
    I just about could but did find a shop called soundcard in Indonesia on google maps while trying to find the driver

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    Re: sound chip driver

    Quote Originally Posted by antikythera
    I just about could but did find a shop called soundcard in Indonesia on google maps while trying to find the driver
    real professional!!!

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    Re: sound chip driver

    Quote Originally Posted by whiteelephant
    real professional!!!
    where's your sense of humour? anyhow, if you need help with a hardware issue, it's generally advisable to post more than 'where do I find a driver'?

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