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I upgraded the last package for my sound card and the problem some how solved, the distortion still there but i can raise up my mic to a level that the distortion is very low and does n't annoy the one i am calling.
Ubuntu 64 bit 13.10 means you are using amd64 so this one: Linux 2.6 (amd64): For any Linux 2.6.xx kernel ether SMP or UniProcessor kernel on AMD Athlon64/Opteron would be my choise. The easiest method is to remember what the name of the ISO was that you downloaded. It will have amd64 or i386 (that would be the 1st group you listed) in the name. By the ...
How are you? Do you try with ACPITOOL? use acpitool -w to determine the available wake-up level for the USB controller. Running this on my system shows S1 for the USB controllers: $ acpitool -w Device S-state Status Sysfs node LID S3 *enabled PBTN S4 *enabled PCI0 S3 *disabled no-bus:pci0000:00 USB0 S1 ...
Is your hardware in sound settings set to a compatible setting? I don't see that you have checked there. My laptop will not play if set to HDMI. Go to applications> system settings> sound> hardware> and set the hardware to analog stereo and make sure sound> output setting is set to analog stereo also. Edit: Also make sure you have the correct plugins for ...
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