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  1. #11

    ok in fact I have combine some answer I got on the net because I've got the same problem you got, and voila I got a working solution.

    I simple word what you have done is overwrite the default model for your sound card. This sound card is present in many different computer with different hardware output, and the kernel havn't detect the good one :o).

    If you want more information about that go to: in /doc/Documentation/sound/alsa/ALSA-Configuration.txt (I don't have the right to post full link ;o))

    and search around snd-hda-intel.

    Good reading

  2. #12

    Talking This works for Studio 1747!

    Thanks! This was exactly what I needed to fix my Studio 1747's sound in Ubuntu 10.10.

    If you check your mixer (Alsa mixer for gnome) it is updated to show volume sliders for both headphone jacks as well.

    Cheers and big thanks,
    Julie in AZ

  3. #13

    Works for Dell Studio XPS 1647

    Quote Originally Posted by demo360 View Post
    Hi guys, I have a working workaround to get sound in the headphone jack.

    sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf

    add the following line at the end of the file:

    options snd-hda-intel model=dell-m6

    reboot. Check the sound level of you headphone with alsamixer.

    And that's it, you should have sound now. Enjoy
    I had exactly the problem described by the OP and this solution appears to be working perfectly after a restart. Thanks a bunch! Now, if only I could find a solution that works for the wireless problems on this thing.

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