SP373 at student.apu.ac.uk
Thu Jan 12 09:59:29 PST 2006
What pciconf -lv says? Can you find your card there?
BIOS updates are known to make things better, but there are few chances to cause such problems, in which case you can go back to a previous version.
Before you think of that however, find and read what the new version they installed, is fixing. Be sure before start messing with the bios.
From: "kalin mintchev" <kalin at el.net>
To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 02:13:41 -0500 (EST)
Subject: missing /dev/dsp
i sent my t30 to ibm to replace a not working ram slot and i got it back
in less then 48 hrs. pretty good. except the /dev/dsp is missing.
i don't see any cards in the dmesg but i know that the audio card is
"SoundBlaster compatible". my system is 5.4 and according to the handbook
devfs should figure it out - i haven't had to do this before...
a have the audio enabled in the kernel... pcm...
any ideas why is the dsp missing? i think they did bios upgrade - is that
what screwed it up?
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