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This should transfer the audio from the headphones to the monitor. It is not the speakers,& they are plugged into the right port .I used sound 2 weeks ago,now no sound.I have gone thru all the trouble shooting, it does not show dell.com/support/home/ca/en/cabsdt1/product-support/product/optiplex-780/diagnose I downloaded Dell System Detect and installed it.  It is running, and appears in the system tray. somewhere in the beginning, around where you should check that your volume is up and your mute is off :) FerrySabbJune 13th, 2010, 12:46 PMHello, I have an HP Pavillion d4990y. http://grdotnet.org/xps-8900/xps-8900-can-i-replace-the-sound-card.html

haran_hockeyJuly 9th, 2010, 03:42 AMI've got problems on 10.04. I am a total nube when it come to Linux. are just fine. When I do Windows 10 troubleshooting it can not find anything wrong.

thank you YehudahMay 30th, 2010, 08:44 PMI have much the same problems you have. lamb123July 15th, 2010, 09:36 AMYay! The speakers from  back that 12 years are rather tall, and some thing smaller is sought.

Can anybody let me know what is happening on this part. If you see something else i.e. But the latest NVIDIA updates seem to be conflicting with the programs that I need to use.

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The Line In causes my sound recorder not receiving any sound level. For Windows 8 and 10, right click on the Start button and select Device Manager Navigate to "Sound, video and game controllers", and expand the section. I am new to this Linux stuff and most of what I read so far is Greek to me. Please does anyone have any idea.

I can plug in the speaker but it does not work properly.   My question is if anyone knows the pinout on T3600 MB. But this generated a new problem, output is too loud, i can even hear sound when volume is at 0% or muted (very very quitly tho). and there are really faint buzzing sounds when the speakers is on. Is there another distribution that is stronger in these departments?

I don't have sound and I have follow this guide clear through the point of ALSA driver Compilation. RTL8111/8168B PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet controller (rev 02) [email protected]:~$ cat /proc/asound/version Advanced Linux Sound Architecture Driver Version 1.0.22.1. I hope this helped you because these methods have greatly improved the sound of my own PC. Note that when I plug my headphones into headphone jack on top of PC the sound works perfectly.

I don't have any other speakers. http://grdotnet.org/xps-8900/xps-8900-questions.html I am going crazy. I didn't find this advice anywhere. I have no device conflict.

Does the Inspiron 3650, Realtek Integral Sound System support a 5.1 speaker system. Connect headphones to jack on top of XPS 8900 and they work great. pavumeter even shows volume levels moving (but nothing is heard). http://grdotnet.org/xps-8900/xps-8900.html I've tried removing and reinstalling several times but no luck.

Rotate the release tab on the card-retention latch upward Gently pull the release lever away from the PCIe x16 card until you release the securing tab from the dent in the There are too many netbook OS options to list. Check Volume Levels Verify the volume is not muted by checking the Volume Control icon on the taskbar.

Note: Some speakers get power using a USB cable instead of an AC adapter.

I never used its audio port. Open the system Control Panel and look for Realtek. They are IBM Intellisation M Pro model 6219-23u. i also tried configuring the aslamixer from the terminal but it did's work as well.

Here are some screenshots from my computer to help visualize the problem : MaxxAudio Pro is turned off alsow.

0 0 01/12/17--02:25: Terribly glitchy firewire audio with Dell 3650 Contact Sometimes the hardware manager ceases to function entirely without a restart of the system as well.   This simply isn't good.  Please give me a solution so that we can avoid Jul 22, 2010 #2 P4PC TS Member Posts: 47 Staidstar said: ↑ Edit: **My speakers does have those buzzing sound (those kind that signals the speakers is on) when i on this contact form I've tried uninstalling the Realtek High Definition Audio Driver and downloading the latest version from the Dell website.

I'm having a little problem with my speakers. I was hoping to use my desktop as my means for playing digital music but is very distracting with the dropouts. However I cannot get video and sound together (just video without sound, or sound without video). I tried following the guide at [1], and sure enough, everything was seemingly OK -- hardware was being detected, module is installed and loaded...

I have an Nvidia card, that doesn't have onboard audio, but does have a plug, to relay sound out thru the hdmi output.

0 0 03/02/17--12:22: Dell Inspiron 3650 Sound So, hopefully, this helps someone else. megalodon16June 4th, 2010, 05:20 PMFrom Synaptic install the Pulse Audio apps, in particular the PulseAudio Device Chooser. Maxxvolume and MaxxLeveler are the main culprits for your speakers rumbling on low notes and this is also why it makes increasing the MaxxBass unpleasant, so I recommend to keep these

On the 745 MB, the audio port is like one pin, space, three other pins, but on T3600 MB, the layout is three pins, space, one pin. From there go to your hardware tab. Then do sudo alsactl store 0 or if this is your nth sound card (where n is the number of soundcards in your computer) replace 0 with n-1.