No sound with Thinkpad X60
gmx at ross.cx
Fri Mar 15 17:48:38 UTC 2013
On Thu, 14 Mar 2013 23:59:09 +0100, Peter Harrison
<four.harrisons at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Hi list,
> I've a problem with sound on a Thinkpad X60, which has an Intel HDA chip.
> This is what I see in dmesg:
> hdac0: <Intel 82801G HDA Controller> mem 0xee240000-0xee243fff irq 17 at
> device 27.0 on pci0
> hdacc0: <Analog Devices AD1981HD HDA CODEC> at cad 0 on hdac0
> hdaa0: <Analog Devices AD1981HD Audio Function Group> at nid 1 on hdacc0
> pcm0: <Analog Devices AD1981HD (Analog)> at nid 5 and 25,8 on hdaa0
> hdacc1: <Conexant (0x2bfa) HDA CODEC> at cad 1 on hdac0
> unknown: <Conexant (0x2bfa) HDA CODEC Modem Function Group> at nid 2 on
> hdacc1 (no driver attached)
> and from sndstat:
> FreeBSD Audio Driver (newpcm: 32bit 2009061500/i386)
> Installed devices:
> pcm0: <Analog Devices AD1981HD (Analog)> (play/rec) default
> and from mixer:
> Mixer vol is currently set to 100:100
> Mixer pcm is currently set to 100:100
> Mixer speaker is currently set to 100:100
> Mixer cd is currently set to 1:1
> Mixer rec is currently set to 1:1
> Mixer igain is currently set to 42:42
> Mixer ogain is currently set to 100:100
> Mixer monitor is currently set to 67:67
> Recording source: cd
> But I have no sound. This is using Gnome 2.32 on 9.1-R. I did initially
> accidentally install Pulseaudio, but have subsequently deleted it and
> reinstalled everything that depended on it without the Pulseaudio
> Any thoughts on what I'm doing wrong?
> Thanks in advance.
Possibly not helping a lot:
I have a T510 thinkpad with Intel HDA audio, running Windows 7.
I need to have the audio driver *and* the modem driver installed for any
sound to work.
So possibly the modem part has to be initialised or something.
You have "no driver attached" on your modem, so maybe that's worth looking
You could also try if sound works from a terminal without running Gnome at
just to be sure it's not some Gnome configuration thing.
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