I have Ubuntu 9.10 on my Toshiba Satellite P305 notebook with 2.6.31-12 kernel and have one little problem. My buld in microphone doesn't work. Then i try to record some sound, all, what i see is a little noise. The build in microphone it self exist in alsamixer and it set on maximum. It has worked before, then i have Windows Vista on this notebook.
I have seen similar problems on this site and on others, and I have tried all sorts of solutions posted, but so far non have worked. I have a Toshiba Satellite M115-S1061 that came with Windows XP. I want to learn Linux so I installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and the sound isn't not working correctly. It worked fine on Windows XP beforehand.
frank604 wrote:First thing to check would be:1) run alsamixer and ensure sound channels aren't muted (doubt it is muted as per your diagnostics but never hurts)2) ensure that the proper audio device is selected3) plugin headphones and check if audio worksMaybe some logs would help, preferably the boot logs.alsamixer is not muted.how do i check proper audio device is selected, would it be in t
I have Toshiba satellite c660 laptop. Its speakers work properly, but headphone not working with ubuntu 10.04. At the same time headphone properly work with windows 7. But it is not useful for me, because iam an opensource programmer.
I have a Toshiba satellite c660 laptop. Its speakers work properly, but headphone not working with ubuntu 10.04. At the same time headphone properly work with windows 7. But it is not useful for me, because iam an opensource programmer.
Hi people.I have a problem with my laptop internal speakers. I didn't notice at first because I use headphones most of the time.Sound was working nicely two weeks ago. Now I can not get sound from my speakers unless I toggle off "Auto-mute mode" in alsamixer.But then the speakers are not muted when I plug my headphones.