The problem is still there: Using cheap hardware raid under Linux is a bad idea. Leave a Comment Please sign in to add a comment. I get a little sound with low volume in ouput jack on the back. Esata slower than usb using belkin 2 port expresscard sil controller.
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As crude as it looks this is pretty much the best that can be done right now. I know in the control panel they have for Windows it allows you to specify whether headphones or speakers are connected to this jack. Hi and welcome to the Gigabyte Forum.
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I’ve also posted on the Ubuntu forums. Front Left and Front Right are not on the same cable. Anyone oinux how to fix it? Then I installed jaunty, ran a dist-upgrade and the digital output was recognized with no need to upgrade alsa 1.
I found, from another post, that by using a vesa or the nv driver instead of the nvidia driver will “magically” bring back sound unfortunately while crippling video. Email Required, but never shown. It will automatically gather and attach updated debug information to this report.
It will allow additional upstream developers to examine the issue. Anyways, I really like to know how to debug and fix this issue.
Bug # “Low volume, No sound: Intel HDA J (ICH10)” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
82801JI (ICH10) Raid (aka matrix storage manager)
Open up the Volume Control gnome- volume- control. I would like for someone to check out this download from Intel: Sign up using Facebook. Lee qq wrote on I’m having a LOT of trouble getting disks recognized.
ICH10R RAID support in Ubuntu
When it has been activated you need to reboot and wait until the primary BIOS is done. Fakeraid is an absolute thumbs down. March 10, I did some tests on my Dell Studio Slim inspiron stalc codec on inel ich10 chipset. Hew hew wrote on Intel Software Network Support. It’s a bit hard to accept that functionality that worked with previous incarnations of the chipset would be unsupported for the latest chipset, which has been on the market and in wide use for 2.
Jan Newmarch jan-newmarch wrote on I am surprised that nobody has jumped in here to help you yet as we do have some Linux experts on the forum.
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