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    Dell Precision T7400 sound

    Hi.

    I have a Dell Precision T7400 and I am trying to sound working on the system with no Luck under 8.10.

    Module is loading I can set up a test but no sound is coming out.

    Did anyone have the same problem? If so how to resolve it?
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    Karlson

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    Re: Dell Precision T7400 sound

    Quote Originally Posted by karlson View Post
    Hi.

    I have a Dell Precision T7400 and I am trying to sound working on the system with no Luck under 8.10.

    Module is loading I can set up a test but no sound is coming out.

    Did anyone have the same problem? If so how to resolve it?
    I have the same problem using Jaunty as well. Everything is up but no sound.

    ALSACTL INIT 0 gives:

    Unknown hardware: "HDA-Intel" "Analog Devices AD1984" "HDA:11d41984,1028021d,00100400" "" ""
    Hardware is initialized using a guess method
    Any help out there?
    Regards,

    Karlson

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    Re: Dell Precision T7400 sound

    Have the same problem with Jaunty and Lucid. Any new ideas?
    Regards,

    Karlson

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    Re: Dell Precision T7400 sound

    @Karlson This was marked as SOLVED, but there was no write up. Did you solve this? If so, then what did you do?

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    Re: Dell Precision T7400 sound


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