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I purchased the Audigy LS a few weeks ago and to my surprose found out that is has a unique chipset and there are no drivers available. After many seaches ...
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    Sound Blaster Audigy LS


    I purchased the Audigy LS a few weeks ago and to my surprose found out that is has a unique chipset and there are no drivers available. After many seaches for support I came across this web site: http://www.mail-archive.com/alsa-dev.../msg12892.html. I followed the instructions on the page and the drivers installed without a problem, however this card is not plug and play. So I'm guessing I have to manually configure it.....anyone know how to go about doing that. Please let me know I'm a newbie

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    if the driver is installed ok then it should work. make sure that the levels properly set with a mixer such as aumix/kmix/gamix/amix

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    The driver was installed correctly, however I don't know how to configure the sound card because linux doesn't automatically recognize it.

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    What kind of card is it, ie. PCI/ISA, etc.?

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    it is a PCI

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    Then it has to be plug-and-play. All PCI cards are plug-and-play - you can't make a PCI card that's not plug-and-play, that's physically impossible.

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    Yeah it should be plug and play but Linux does not recognize it automatically.

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