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    eh...sound isn't that important to me. I'm thinking of getting a new one anyway.

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    I would really like to get the sound working.

    I dont think genkernel will change anything. Why would a fatter kernel fix it its basically just the same as what i have except they have added support for everything possible.
    There must be something thats being overlooked... very frustrating.

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    Genkernel examines your system, and gives you the modules, and other stuff that it thinks you need.

    That is why they are saying it should work for you.

    Don't do the menuconfig with the genkernel, just let it do its thing.
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    Had a simular problem

    I had a simular problem. I found thogh readign the kmix is muted by default on some installs. Un muting it and adjusting the sound might actualy solve your problem.

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    Re: Had a simular problem

    Quote Originally Posted by pdlewis
    I had a simular problem. I found thogh readign the kmix is muted by default on some installs. Un muting it and adjusting the sound might actualy solve your problem.
    Or use alsamixer if you don't have KDE innstalled

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