Intel High Definition Audio (also called HD Audio or Azalia) refers to the specification released by Intel in 2004 for delivering high-definition audio that is capable of playing back more channels at higher quality than previous integrated audio codecs like AC'97. (Excerpted from "Intel High ...

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No sound on my laptop

I have a panasonic toughbook cf-w8 with intel hda sound card, with a fresh install of ubuntu 11.10, I can get sound out of headphones, but not from external speaker. would appreciate step by step help ...
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How to fix “No Soundcards Found”

I was trying to get IEC958/SPDIF optical out working on my ASUS P8P67PRO V3 motherboard running Natty and I seem to have wiped out a crucial part of my sound setup. Here is the output from some ...
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No sound when monitor is turned off

I'm running Ubuntu 10.10 on a Revo r3610 nettop with integrated sound (Intel HDA) and graphics (nVidia ION). When I boot up with the monitor turned on everything works fine. If I then turn off the ...
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Poor sound quality and headphones not working

I'm running ubuntu 10.10 and my soundcard is a realtek alc880, with intel HDA controller. I have a very low sound, and, when I raise the volume over 50%, it sounds "cracked". When I plug the ...