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Open System settings and click Sound. Chose the Applications tab. Adjust individual applications. Only the ones recently playing noises will show up. I don't know how permanent this change is.
Problem solved The solution was to shutdown, unplug it and remove the battery. Wait for 1 minute or less, and there it goes! It seems to be the way that solves this problem in other thinkpad models. See ya!
I do not know which settings you see in the sound controls, but to be sure: Take a look at the tabs "Playback" and "Output Devices" of pavucontrol. It could be that "Playback" shows something like you had before, but "Output Devices" was not changeable from there, and maybe set to a low value.
Go to System Settings and click keyboard. Click Shortcuts, and custom shortcuts. Click add and then enter into it the following: Volume+ amixer -D pulse sset Master 5%+ Click save and then repeat for Volume- (change the 5%+ to 5%-) Click on disabled, then press the appropriate volume key. It will say Do you want to reassign. Click yes. Do the ...
From the command line interface of pulseaudio, you can list all sinks (as in "places where sound stream goes away") like this: pactl list short sinks 0 alsa_output.pci-0000_02_00.1.hdmi-stereo module-alsa-card.c s16le 2ch 44100Hz SUSPENDED 1 alsa_output.pci-0000_00_1b.0.iec958-stereo module-alsa-card.c s16le 2ch 44100Hz RUNNING Now, you can work with ...
I had a similar issue and ended up downloading/installing the updated HotKeys update on the Lenovo site (guvu26ew.exe). Once I did that, all of my Function keys worked fine. It also fixed my wireless problem - since I was being told that no wireless connections were in range. . . Once I could get the function keys to work, I could turn on the Master Radio ...
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