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Old 27th January 2010, 08:16 AM
whoaminot Offline
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disable pcm/internal speaker

Running FC12 on Dell optiplex 745, Intel's 82801H and using Pulse (did not change anything from fresh install).
Sound works great, but for some reason, I can not disable the internal speaker that sits on the motherboard. meaning, if I play something it comes out from the audio output in the back (its going to amplifier) and also from the friggin internal speaker, a bit annoying...
I've been installing all kind of pulse management tools, can't find how to disable this.
didn't find anything in the board's BIOS.
I don't see pcskpr loaded (I guess its not used anymore).

I still run the biggest x86 shared memory machine ever built (now Nehalem based)!!!
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Old 14th April 2011, 04:33 PM
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Re: disable pcm/internal speaker

Same Problem here with Optiplex 745 on Fedora 14. No Solution found, yet.
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disable, pcm or internal, speaker

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