i have an internal sound card that worked great on vista but i switched to ubuntu and now i have no sound because it a windows driver can i get sound back through the driver in my laptop.
on 10/24/2009 – Made popular on 10/24/2009
I was sick of my windows xp computer, so I upgraded to Ubuntu. I know NOTHING about Ubuntu, I have been with windows all my life. For some reason, my sound is not working... I have never heard sound come from the new Ubuntu OS on my PC. I think it may be the sound driver. How do I update my sound card driver? OR get my sound to work? I can provide as much information as you need, please help.
My onboard sound card is gone and my mobo have no place for new pci slot. So I've decided to buy a new usb sound card instead. I am using windows 8.1 so the main problem would be driver support. Do usb sound card need just usb driver or need specific driver support from sound card company? And will there be any sound quality different between pic card and usb card? Thank you :-)
Hi, I am new to ubuntu and linux. I have just installed ubuntu 11.04 on my lap top (a Itautec infoway n8610 ss) and it works perfectly... except for the sound. I can´t get any sound from my pc, it worked well with my windows vista but it is not working now. I tried to find the driver for the on-board soundcard to, maybe, replace it, but I can't even find it.
I am running ubuntu 13.10 with windows 7. From yesterday onwards the sound driver is having trouble, using the solution in this page http://itsfoss.com/fix-sound-ubuntu-1304-quick-tip/ I was able to restore the sound but there is no icons on the unity panel, no label in the sound setting please help
I installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on my old laptop presario v3000 along with windows vista basic.
Everything worked fine till I tried to play some music. No sound came! I checked sound settings in Bash. Everything was okay. Also, sound card drivers are not available for Linux on HP website. Please help!
I cannot get sound to operate on my HP Pavilion dv6 laptop. I recently upgraded from 10.04 to 12.10 but I am not sure that is the problem. I don't recall having sound with 10.04 either. Obviously I have not been using Linux much, at least not enough to recall if the sound worked. My dream is to get up to speed well enough with Linux to wean myself from MS.
I have one strange problem with my sound card. Namely, I have Asus Xonar Essence ST sound card and until today card worked perfectly with awesome crystal sound. But, today I plugged in my external Genius speakers (they were turned on) to my sound card. On the end of sound cable I had electric signal before I plugged in my speakers to sound card.