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Linux xp sound problem

why is it i always encountered that my linux xp can't detect sound card..... i always need to restart my computer to be able to detect my sound card.... :(

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  • TyRHoNISTyRHoNIS Posts: 5
    is there any one can help me ....?? :(
  • woboylewoboyle Posts: 501
    Linux XP? Is that one of those distributions that tries to look like Windows for new Linux users? Ok. I just looked it up. Seems it is a Russian distribution intended for use by Russian speaking people. Is that the case? Sorry, but I'm not familiar with it. Anyway, which version are you running? From what I see on DistroWatch, the 4.0 version seems reasonably up to date.
  • marcmarc Posts: 647
    TyRHoNIS wrote:
    why is it i always encountered that my linux xp can't detect sound card..... i always need to restart my computer to be able to detect my sound card.... :(

    You mean that you start your computer and in order for it to detect your sound card you need to reboot it?

    Thats rather strange...
  • Goineasy9Goineasy9 Posts: 1,116
    You mean that you start your computer and in order for it to detect your sound card you need to reboot it?

    Thats rather strange...
    Perhaps it comes loaded with some XP features.
  • marcmarc Posts: 647
    Goineasy9 wrote:
    Perhaps it comes loaded with some XP features.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHA awesome xDDDDD
  • TyRHoNISTyRHoNIS Posts: 5
    i always encoutered this problem from my old lga775 motherboard ..
  • TyRHoNISTyRHoNIS Posts: 5
    i already updated my linux xp.. even do i'm using a linux xp 10.10
  • TyRHoNISTyRHoNIS Posts: 5
    it's still the same
  • marcmarc Posts: 647
    TyRHoNIS wrote:
    it's still the same

    I still don't know what your problem really is.

    Without more information I doubt anyone can help you

    Regards
  • Goineasy9Goineasy9 Posts: 1,116
    Try giving us the output of:
    lspci | grep -i audio
    
    and maybe we can help you. Do the above in a terminal. Since it seems to be Ubuntu based (the 10.10 sort of gives it away), you might need to do:
    sudo lspci | grep -i audio
    

    Help us so we can help you.
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