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Still searching for answers. So what happens is that, after mixing the audio (on software level), PulseAudio simply ‘hands it over' to ALSA, and ALSA takes in from there. The one shot solution which fixed the sound problem for me on my Intel powered Dell Inspiron N4010 is to force reload Alsa. This will likely create problems for users of the other flavors of Ubuntu -- a Kubuntu user would not want the Unity interface installed. http://techese.net/no-sound/ubuntu-alsa-not-working.html

See original post for further details, but use the the path given above, since settings are no longer stored in ~/.pulse. Reply Sandy barton says August 12, 2013 at 8:52 am Yes, it worked…I hav done killall pulseaudio …. :) Reply Abhishek Prakash says August 12, 2013 at 11:24 am So doing Help! Then click on the '+' icon to add a new one. view publisher site

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Thanks again for your help. Or if I shut down the PC and turn off the PSU and log in again. Open terminal sudo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/modprobe.conf A new file will be opened, write a line below then save.

After trying this tutorial, now I don't have any sound at all. My sound card is an Asus Essence STX, which the system detects as the AV200 chipset at the start, but no sound will come out until after ALSA has been reloaded. Now I don't know if ‘QasMixer' supports running on the system tray area under ‘Linux Mint' (though you can try adding it to the ‘startup application' list), but it should be Ubuntu No Sound Output What is this word problem asking?

would really appreaciate any advice guys thanks Gayan December 6, 2013 at 12:01 pm | Reply Try installing ‘QasMixer' (see the below instructions) … http://www.hecticgeek.com/2012/09/qasmixer-adds-a-system-tray-icon-and-a-mixer-for-alsa-ubuntu/ peter February 4, 2014 at 2:01 Ubuntu 16.04 No Sound I found the direct alsa controls given in this post (volbar & alsavol) worked sporadically, and sometimes the keyboard shortcuts stopped working randomly. Quite frustrating. http://askubuntu.com/questions/294807/ubuntu-12-04-alsamixer-not-found You are the only person that even suggested issues with pulse audio.

Damn, I have to come up with an article "10 things I hate in Ubuntu 13.04" ;) P.S. Ubuntu 15.10 No Sound Reply Forever Greatful says August 6, 2013 at 11:42 pm Thanks For the fix! Then press the middle mouse button or mouse wheel anywhere inside the Terminal. It should be fine now.

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Join Date Sep 2009 Beans 68 DistroUbuntu Re: ALSA default audio not working 12.04 Thanks - for me it was about following the Procedure Ad (Switch default sound card) I'm running https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1967755 This is the 64-bit version of Mint 17 XFCE. Sound Not Working Ubuntu thank you for everything!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ubuntu 16.04 Sound Not Working Thanks Gayan June 17, 2013 at 12:33 am | Reply Sorry to hear that ‘Phill' and I'm not sure what the problem is either.

First method worked great! check over here OpenSource systems are about freedom OF choice so it's good that people are able to choose which pages they use. It seems like I get them every 2 minutes even if the battery is fully charged. Thanks Reply Abhishek Prakash says September 15, 2013 at 10:21 am welcome. Ubuntu No Sound Hdmi

Thank you Reply Diego Alcántara says October 20, 2013 at 1:35 am I've found a two easy steps solution to this synthoms: "I just updated to Kubuntu 13.10 and several things The only that sucks now is that my volume and mute button on my Thinkpad no longer work 🙁 Anyway I can get them working again? It completely ruined my login screen. http://techese.net/no-sound/ubuntu-10-04-alsa-not-working.html I love ItsFoss.

Thanks a lot for the helpful post. Ubuntu Headphones Not Working tried: sudo apt-get update/upgrade/upgrad-dist and a hole lot of other commands for removing, instaling and reinstaling drives (sound and video mostly) to no avail apparently… It seems to problem might be And if you're lucky like me, the applet for sound will disappear from the top panel.

Thank you for trying :) Reply Abhishek Prakash says November 18, 2013 at 6:29 pm try this from one of the users: "The install had found three audio devices.

Then, click on the 'Shortcuts' tab. 3. Step 1: Enter the below command in your Terminal window to uninstall Alsa mixer. I was going to either buy a Chromebook, or just have to make do with no sound (on top of choppy video; I do want to use the netbook for productivity Ubuntu 15.04 No Sound Does this has anything to do with sound as well?

Reboot. Well when I installed Mint 15 it messed that part up again and I had to fix it in the BIOS. The fix was to reinstall Alsa and Pulse audio drivers and then reloading Alsa […] Reply Ubuntu - no audio after upgrade to 13.10 [closed] | Zuelke Answers says: December 6, weblink Edit Remove 6 This bug affects 1 person Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone alsa-driver (Ubuntu) Edit Incomplete Undecided Unassigned Edit Also affects project (?) Also affects distribution/package Nominate for series

Any clues to help me fix this problem will be most appreciated, thanks in advance. Instead, copy the commands from this web page and paste them into the terminal. Nvidia GT 320 card. However after using that old & heavy laptop for about 4-5 years, I got a new one (I love that old one, a lot! :D), so pulse audio is working fine

If this haven't resolved your issue, then there's another thing that you can try before removing 'PulseAudio', but it might be a bit difficult. However after updating the OS, my audio stopped working.