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I have install fedora 10 but no audio output

I have installed but tis is not suport audio

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  • sachin2607 Mar 31, 2009

    I have the same motherboard. looks like the most idiotic thing i have done in my life was buying this board.
    I was never able to run any linux on it. tried fedora 6,7,8,ubuntu,kubuntu etc. then gave up.
    Does fedora 10 work. its a great news for me if it does.
    By the way sound card on this board was also always a problem for me too. didn't work even for windows. I finaly got an additional PCI sound card.

  • Jarrid Crandlemire
    Jarrid Crandlemire May 11, 2010

    what o.s. are you running? need more info

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Disclaimer: I'm not a linux basher. That being said, it is no surprise the audio is not working whilst trying to use Linux on the desktop. Try older, more standard sound card or simply install XP.

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