I turn the volume up and it works! Could you please add the output requested in the Reporting Sound Bugs section of https: The fully-opened volume applet still controls the headphones correctly. Did you check the Windows Update site from Windows 7? Tell us some more! Same card here rev 02, not rev03

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Getting more otput prove to be inpossible at this point. The main volume was automatically un-muted.

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No other configuration needed. It’s possible that you have a motherboard sound chip that is interfering. Duplicates of this bug Bug Bug Bug Intel [HDA Intel], device 0: Backports are enabled in my software preferences. It’s worth a thousand words.

Ubuntu Audio Team ubuntu-audio. I would like to confirm that just installing the latest linux-backports -modules package in Synaptic corrects the issue for me. The laptop will not boot from extern cd-rom anymore – wird stuff.

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I got a rev3. I’ve followed instructions at link: The email address entered is already controllwr to an account. You don’t see the audio slider bars or controls going up, you just hear the volume getting louder and louder until it maxes out. I can confirm this bug on a new Acer Aspire Coert info-coert wrote on See full activity log.

ASUStek computer 82801H (ICH8 family) HD audio controller drivers

So this fix does not affect my system. Not sure what the differance is myself as I had assumed ‘generic’ was the version.

Windows will automatically search the internet for the driver. Please enter a valid email address. It’s very strange because there is a delay before it decides it’s time to start cranking the volume up and it’s very slow and gradual.

Return to VirtualBox on Linux Hosts. I also see that my amixer file have more information than yours. I can confirm post by smolloy and Roger E Critchlow Jr.


On a thinkpad R61, with the same board, running Hardy with kernel 2. I have the same problem, no sound at all on a fresh Kubuntu install. Works fine in Feisty and previous Gutsy kernels, bar extremly bad distortion without droping the audio volume immensly hence having to crank my amp a lot higer than it should be. A must read if you want to know what we’re talking about.

I had sound on the same machine with Feisty. Output of dmesg 4. The fully-opened volume applet shows four devices: My laptop has two front headphone jacks and one front microphone jack.

The LEDs and volume applet main volume control both control the main speakers correctly as above.