Usually most of the time Ubuntu 12.04 has been working great. However once in a while if Im on Youtube or listening to music/video the sound or video will become choppy. The only way I can fix this problem temporarily if by restarting my labtop. Any reason why this is happening and what I can do to fix it permanently? Thanks.
Hey guys, So I've installed Ubuntu 12.04 alongside windows 8 on my labtop, and it just isn't working out, I can't use it at all, so I want to uninstall it and try a different version. Biggest problem though: how to find out which partition ubuntu is installed on?
I've just got the asus n76vz dh71 with sonicmaster subwoofer. I got the output on the sonicmaster, but essential its a right channel, not the sub. I was following this
No sound from external subwoofer "Sonic Master" on an Asus N76VM
to try to fix the Intel Audio bug, but after reboot, ubuntu does not see any audio device at all.
i installed Ubuntu on my ASUS and i cant get the audio to work from neither my speakers nor my headphones. New to UBUNTU so i dont really know how to manually install drivers for audio. PS; the option doesn't show in the aditional drivers option in the system settings window.
Thank you for your assistance in advanced.
Hello, I just installed 13.10 and got a problem with crackling/popping sound coming out of my Asus laptop speakers.
It's like little crackling sound which appears every ~5-15 seconds even if I am not listening to audio. It's like the sound when you would listen to very old record, but this happens all the time even if I don't listen to anything.