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    Thumbs down The Debian Sarge does not recognize my audio on-board device. Help!!!

    Hi Guys!

    I'm having some trouble in my pc. That's the scenario:

    I have a Asus K8V-VM mobo and the audio on-bord is a Realtek AC'97;
    I'm using Debian Sarge - kernel 2.6.8-2-386.

    I've installed the Debian without problem but after I've installed the sound driver from the modo cd drivers the gnome does not entered anymore. It sends a message saying the file was not found.

    After that I've checked by lspci that my sound device is not detected - just there is no any multimedia audio device in the list, just some unknowled devices.(that's why I don't post the lspci list here)

    So I ask you: Who can I do? How can I make the linux recognize this device ?

    Any sugestion will help.

    Tks a lot.

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    try making sure alsa is installed
    apt-get intsall alsa alsa-utils
    then run alsaconf and see if it finds the card.
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