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Old 12th December 2008, 08:11 AM
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Problem with sound card on Dell inspiron 1525

Dear Friends,

I was using fedora 9 from long time on my Dell Inspiron 1525 lap top. I removed also pulse audio support. I was using alsa sound drivers and they were working perfectly. I was working on sphinx for speech recognition. It was working very well.

Recently I upgraded the kernel From then problem with sound card started. When i try to record lot of buzzing noise is coming. I could not record from mic. My sphinx speech recognition demo not working.

Can u please tell me where is the problem?
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