Question about Creative Labs CT4170 Sound Card
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the soundcard you are currently using (Creative Sound Blaster ct 4170) is supported using the ALSA sound driver/server, you can activate it by:
1- verify the soundcard device is detected properly by issuing a lspci command from the terminal/console or command prompt
2- if Creative Sound Blaster ct 4170 is listed, proceed by issuing a alsaconf command to activate alsa server to use your sound device
3- then issue a alsamixer command to activate and adjust sound volume
4- press escape key then issue a alsactl store command to save setting and restore after bootup
user@localhost# alsactl store
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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