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HDA intel sound

Postby FatElvis on Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:31 pm

I have installed Bianca on an HP Pavilion DV6000 notebook computer with HDA Intel sound. It works really well except for recording audio. Audio works for playback of everything I have tried. Recording audio with Audacity or Gnome Sound Recorder not workingl. There is no option to choose from different input modes i.e. mic, line, system sound, etc.....

Does anyone have any idea what to do with this?

Thanks for any assistance.
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Postby Husse on Sat Mar 17, 2007 6:20 pm

In Gnome Sound Recorder you can choose "Record from source" and "Record as" both with pull down menus.
Have not tried, though
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Re: HDA intel sound

Postby scorp123 on Sun Mar 18, 2007 10:31 am

FatElvis wrote:I have installed Bianca on an HP Pavilion DV6000 notebook computer with HDA Intel sound. It works really well except for recording audio.
Those Intel HDA cards are not yet really fully supported. I have the same problem here with my dv2108ea. The next release of the "ALSA" drivers should fix this as far as I know.
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Similar Problem with Intel hda onboard sound - Any update?

Postby tedemang on Wed May 16, 2007 3:25 pm

Hi,

Has there been any update on a version of the ALSA driver that would work with the Intel hda?

It looks like I'm stuck a similar problem. I'm trying to get Cassandra going, and I can say that it has a 1.13 version of ALSA installed (but I still get no sound).
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Solved! Sound now working with HDA Intel Onboard Audio

Postby tedemang on Thu May 17, 2007 12:43 pm

Check this out... I found it on Ubuntu's forums for another person who had a Thinkpad:

To allow ALSA to correctly detect the onboard audio, you have to make sure that the MODEM is enabled! Of course, I had mine disabled (who uses dial-up anymore).

Now, I'm rockin' n' rollin' with some good ole ZZ Top from the 80's thanks to Linux Mint!
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Postby JohnH on Sun May 20, 2007 5:22 am

I have installed Bianca on an HP Pavilion DV6000 notebook computer with HDA Intel sound. It works really well except for recording audio. Audio works for playback of everything I have tried. Recording audio with Audacity or Gnome Sound Recorder not workingl. There is no option to choose from different input modes i.e. mic, line, system sound, etc.....

Does anyone have any idea what to do with this?


and

Has there been any update on a version of the ALSA driver that would work with the Intel hda?

It looks like I'm stuck a similar problem. I'm trying to get Cassandra going, and I can say that it has a 1.13 version of ALSA installed (but I still get no sound).


Try the latest release candidate from the alsa sound site. It fixed a good deal of my HP intel sound problems; better than the 1.13. See my How To on these Mint pages. It might help.

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