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    Soundproblems with my Abit KV8 MAX3


    Hi.

    I am realy new to Fedora (Linux). Have worked with redhat before, but it's little time a go...

    I have problems with my Abit KV8 MAX3 motherboard with the integrated sound-card. I uses the S/PDIF out. Fedora tells me tthat everything is ok, but I have no sound. Any Ideas? Is there any way to check manualy to see if all is ok? Do I have to use the regular audio connectors instead of S/PDIF.

    Thanx In advance.

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    Richard

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    dunno but i use the S/PDIF out. and in on my Abit KV8pro
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    Re: Soundproblems with my Abit KV8 MAX3

    Quote Originally Posted by rich1974
    Hi.

    I am realy new to Fedora (Linux). Have worked with redhat before, but it's little time a go...

    I have problems with my Abit KV8 MAX3 motherboard with the integrated sound-card. I uses the S/PDIF out. Fedora tells me tthat everything is ok, but I have no sound. Any Ideas? Is there any way to check manualy to see if all is ok? Do I have to use the regular audio connectors instead of S/PDIF.

    Thanx In advance.

    Best Regards
    Richard
    Have you tried to disable the onboard sound, rebooting and removing the config then re-enabling and letting it configure it again?

    Or you can try to re-configure the sound card then, lastly turn the volume up high and see if it works then. Then it must be a module problem and you need to update the driver.

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