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Hi, i have a Sony Vaio PCG-F610 with ESS Technology ES1983S Maestro-31 PCI Audio Controller, i run Mint 8 Helena. Please help me ASAP...
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    Hi, i have a Sony Vaio PCG-F610 with ESS Technology ES1983S Maestro-31 PCI
    Audio Controller, i run Mint 8 Helena. Please help me ASAP

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    Hello and Welcome!

    Judging from the title, I'm guessing you're having sound issues?
    Some info, please...
    Could you open a terminal and post the output of these commands:
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    lspci
    lsmod
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    not really, i dont have internet on that computer the wireless doesnt work either

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    what would i be looking for in there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nibbles View Post
    what would i be looking for in there?
    Those 2 commands would show what hardware is detected and what drivers are loading, respectively.
    If need be, you could actually copy the output to a USB drive and post the output from a network capable computer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    Those 2 commands would show what hardware is detected and what drivers are loading, respectively.
    If need be, you could actually copy the output to a USB drive and post the output from a network capable computer.
    well the computer is a "customers" computer and I do not have access at the moment, I am meeting him tommorow at 9:15 CST do you think you could be online to help me then?

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    I will likely be unavailable, but there are plenty of others here who will be willing to help you out
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