I'm having trouble to configure my audio on Slackware 14 and I'm a little confused: I have an Asus M2V Motherboard with onboard audio but under /proc/asound/cards I have three different cards (HDA NVidia, VIA VTxx and a SAA7134). Can someone tell me how it's possible?
Decided today was "bring your Crunchbang to work" day, however because I'm the only one in the office who uses it, I'm kinda lonered ROFL.Anyway, so I work with dual screens because I'm cool like that. I'm running off the onboard graphics, so no nvidia etc.
I am using Ubuntu 12.10 with GNOME 3.6. My system is Compaq Presario CQ3340IX which has an onboard graphics memory - Intel GMA x4500. But my ubuntu is not detecting it. In my System Settings->Details my graphics is shown as blank. Doesn't that mean my onboard graphics is not detected???
I have onboard and a scondary sound card. I would like to use the soundcard instead of the onboard. When I go to the Multimedia - KDE Control ModuleSound and Video ConfigurationI am able to select the sound card: Audigy SE (SB CA0106) and test it using the test button and I can hear the music come out of the sound system I have attached..