I may have misunderstood what you wrote in your first post above. Posting your PC specs will help us to assist you quicker and effectively. This way you will get a faster, better response from the members on Motherboard Point. Is there a way to find out the node of the MIC? Bullwinkle, May 3,
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But for some reason, while using those drivers, Vista would crash on a daily basis.
With default drivers it had very bad sound. Go To Topic Listing Archive. Your board doesn’t have AC97, it only supports HD audio. Note that after installation I rebooted and Vista determined it needed to update the audio driver sigmatel codec When Justvisiting asked if anyone got line in mic to work, your next post started off with “Works: The install file is inside the driver that comes with the board, but the other audio program is installed.
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Because if the mic’s aren’t working on linux then the codec dump won’t be of much help. It is provided for general information only and should not be relied upon as complete or accurate.
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Posted February 11, It was challenging to find a solution to this issue, but I finally did. I may have misunderstood what you wrote in your first post above.
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There was a connection between 2 wires and sound didn’t fail comletely. Discussion in ‘Intel’ d9755xbx2 by Bullwinkle, May 3, Unfortunately I have no idea where it was and I haven’t been able to find since. Have you contacted Intel about the issue?
System worked fine using Windows XP All times are GMT The installer will now exit.
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Can someone verify a working codec dump on linux? I have gone through the Intel Audio Studio settings and just cannot seem to get any sound, whether it be in a game, windows media player, i-tunes or online, doesn’t seem to matter there is just no sound output at all.
Is there anyone that has a working MIC on linux that can provide a Codec dump? If you have line in or mic in working, let me know.
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GHalleck, May 3, From what f975xbx2 support site from Intel says, there are drivers which support the AC97 standard but from what your saying, this motherboard only supports HD audio on the hardware side. Posted February 27, At first I just assumed you meant that ‘line in’ works. If you wish to post a query, please do so in one of our main forum sections here.