sound too quiet
steven at lumos.us
Sun Jun 17 00:05:04 UTC 2007
Ariff Abdullah <ariff at FreeBSD.org> writes:
> On Sun, 08 Apr 2007 01:37:35 -0700
> Steven Lumos <steven at lumos.us> wrote:
>> Ariff Abdullah <ariff at FreeBSD.org> writes:
>> > On Fri, 06 Apr 2007 23:39:25 -0700
>> > Steven Lumos <steven at lumos.us> wrote:
>> >> Anton Stamenov <mail4lists at gmail.com> writes:
>> >> > Try to raise ogain control in the mixer
>> >> >
>> >> > mixer ogain 100
>> >> ogain has no effect. 100 is the same as 0.
>> > Try "phout" as well.
>> > How about this patch:
>> > http://people.freebsd.org/~ariff/test/ac97.diff
>> Neither of these has any effect.
> How about this:
Sorry for taking forever to respond. I started hacking away myself,
then got sidetracked, then came back and decided to install Windows so
I could test the nVidia drivers, then had an sudden inspiration about
possible search terms, and that's when I finally hit on this:
I managed to solve the problem with a little help from this forum,
turned out the cable between the front panel and rear which
includes USB and Firewire cables had come lose at some stage -
reconnected this and everything was fine again. Thanks. Razz
Sheesh. Pilot error I guess. Never occurred to me that a loose cable
could cause that behavior. Hopefully *this* message will be easier to
find for the next schmoe.
(shuttle sn41g2 ac97 nforce2 too quiet low volume :-))
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