Lost Sound Problems SOLVED by a fearless noob

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Re: Lost Sound Problems SOLVED by a fearless noob

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Thank you for the howto. Could you help the forums by just posting the output of

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inxi -A
so it's absolutely clear what hardware this is for? Thanks.
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Things are more like they are now than they ever were before.

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Give him a break, I've had plenty of times where I though something was solved, only to have another issue crop up. Such is the life of incompatible bloody hardware.
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Re: Lost Sound Problems SOLVED by a fearless noob

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Umm...
I did give him a break.

http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=90&t=34255

and I didn't think a little humor was out of line. :wink:
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