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I installed Ubuntu 11.04 on my computer. First I installed 10.10, then upgraded to 11.04 due to problems with the 11.04 ISO.

My Sound Card is a Conexant SmartAudio HD

Now my headphones and microphone won't work.

How can I get them working again?

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Go to the Sound preferances and check that Audio Duplex, is selected. – Uri Herrera Jul 8 '11 at 4:38

Play around with the sound settings profile - I had to try nearly all of them to get it working:

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it doesn't matter anymore, now when I boot Ubuntu I get "Fixing Recursive Error but reboot is needed! I'm gonna get a new computer – Carlos Zapata Jul 8 '11 at 15:31

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