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After recompiling my kernel and adding ACPI support, I have no sound. I have a Yahma DS-XG sound card on a SONY SR7K laptop. Any suggestions? Kyle...
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    After recompiling my kernel and adding ACPI support, I have no sound. I have a Yahma DS-XG sound card on a SONY SR7K laptop. Any suggestions?

    Kyle

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    Quote Originally Posted by echofive
    After recompiling my kernel and adding ACPI support, I have no sound. I have a Yahma DS-XG sound card on a SONY SR7K laptop. Any suggestions?

    Kyle
    There are many reasons for this.
    Did you compile the right module for your card?
    run alsa-conf as root.
    does this do anything
    look at dmesg for erros
    Dig into it a little deeper and give us some more info.
    If you recompiled your kernel why did you stay in the 2.4 Why didn't you upgrade to a 2.6
    What window manager are you running?
    Mike
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    also in kernel add Yamaha OPL, and MPU-401 /or somethink like that/. This might help

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