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    question about the hardy installation???

    i have installed hardy heron on my machine, using the upgrade option, from gutsy, it became hardy after the 5 hour wait.But my machine has no sound, why?? please help me to fix this.. (im running windows and ubuntu in the same machine by a partition, when my machine boots i noticed that i have 2x of the ubuntu installation....)
    2 ubuntu generic
    2 memtest
    2ubuntu generic (recovery mode)

    - i try to log on this systems... then i found out that i had two installed ubuntu... huhuh is this normal???? help .. should i download a cd and install it instead of choosing the upgrade option...

    (sorry for the english.. im a filipino)

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    Re: question about the hardy installation???

    Do not worried about the 2 syndrome. That is there for every one. For ur sounds I can point a tutorial. Read if any joy reply

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=205449

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    Re: question about the hardy installation???

    Komusta ka,

    You have only installed (or upgraded) Ubuntu once. Those entries that you refer to allow you to boot into the recovery mode of the same installation.

    Upgrading from Gutsy to Hardy is a fine way to make the transition. No need to reinstall unless you feel you have messed up stuff so much that it would just be easier for you to do so.

    Your main problem is sound, right?

    What sort of computer are you using? Did sound work in Gutsy?


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    Re: question about the hardy installation???

    Quote Originally Posted by llamakc View Post
    Komusta ka,

    You have only installed (or upgraded) Ubuntu once. Those entries that you refer to allow you to boot into the recovery mode of the same installation.

    Upgrading from Gutsy to Hardy is a fine way to make the transition. No need to reinstall unless you feel you have messed up stuff so much that it would just be easier for you to do so.

    Your main problem is sound, right?

    What sort of computer are you using? Did sound work in Gutsy?
    "salamat, mabuti naman"

    -yes the sound works in gutsy but not in hardy, im using intel dual core...

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    Re: question about the hardy installation???

    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix_abhi View Post
    Do not worried about the 2 syndrome. That is there for every one. For ur sounds I can point a tutorial. Read if any joy reply

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=205449
    - sir after reading the turorial, i now have sound for hardy, but the sound is weak.. in order for me to hear the sound i need to place my ears near the speaker.. please help i want to enjoy hardy with my favourite music..

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    Re: question about the hardy installation???

    type in the terminal alsamixer
    adjust the volume with arrow keys. Just push all the graph to 100 %. Set channel to maximum, for me it is 8. By the way which sound card do u have. have u find the drivers for ur soundcard from above tutorial. If no I suggest to install all drivers. I am sure u will get back ur sounds. Reply

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    Re: question about the hardy installation???

    after installing hardy (not upgrading). This one is really need

    http://linuxondesktop.blogspot.com/2...buntu-804.html

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