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    Glitchy audio after being "Suspended"

    I'm running Ubuntu 12.10 with kernel version 3.7.0

    Everythig with my multimedia works great, except after I close or suspend my laptop. Upon waking back up, my computer has glitchy audio on everything from games, to YouTube and Hulu, and requires a reboot to work properly again. I'm hoping that this will be solved with the release of 13.4 in the next couple weeks, but does anyone know why this may be happening and what I can do about it?

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    Re: Glitchy audio after being "Suspended"

    I haven't experienced that with my laptop on ubuntu 13.04, or ubuntu 12.10.

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    Re: Glitchy audio after being "Suspended"

    After resume, try reloading alsa:
    Code:
    sudo alsa force-reload
    If that works, we can script it to happen automatically on resume.

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    Re: Glitchy audio after being "Suspended"

    bummer, the command "sudo alsa force-reload" did nothing for me.

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    Re: Glitchy audio after being "Suspended"

    Quote Originally Posted by Tinsnip View Post
    bummer, the command "sudo alsa force-reload" did nothing for me.
    it looks like there's a little confusion between my 12.10 version and updating to the 3.7.0 kernel (so my wireless card would work). I'm pretty sure that when I update to 13.04 everything will smooth out.

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