snd_hda no sound when I reboot from windows (and vice versa)
demelier.david at gmail.com
Fri May 27 08:25:09 UTC 2011
On 26/05/2011 21:54, Patrick Lamaiziere wrote:
> 8.2 stable/i386
> If I reboot from Windows, I've got no sound. I must remove the power
> cord from the alimentation and then sound works in FreeBSD.
> Vice versa, same problem if I reboot from FreeBSD to Windows.
> That's a bit annoying. I can see there are differences between the two
> cases on the verbose output of snd_hda and pcm:
> (hda-sound : sound works, hda-nosound : does not work)
> roxette:~$ diff -u hda-sound.txt hda-nosound.txt
> --- hda-sound.txt 2011-05-26 21:29:32.000000000 +0200
> +++ hda-nosound.txt 2011-05-26 21:28:26.000000000 +0200
> @@ -229,19 +229,47 @@
> hdac1: nid: 20 [DISABLED]
> hdac1: Name: vendor widget
> -hdac1: Widget cap: 0x00f00000
> +hdac1: Widget cap: 0x00f0010b
> and pins association differs :
> pcm4: Speaker/Beep Volume (OSS: speaker)
> pcm4: |
> -pcm4: +- ctl 23 (nid 34 out): -15/12dB (19 steps) + mute
> +pcm4: +- ctl 29 (nid 34 out): -15/12dB (19 steps) + mute
> hda-sound.txt : http://user.lamaiziere.net/patrick/hda-sound.txt
> hda-nosound.txt : http://user.lamaiziere.net/patrick/hda-nosound.txt
> diff : http://user.lamaiziere.net/patrick/hda_diff.txt
> Any idea?
> Thanks, regards.
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I had the some trouble when I reboot from linux, I guess it mutes the
hda chipset directly in hardware, the only solution I found is to press
the mute button again at the before the FreeBSD loader appears.
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