Can fix this problem. In my Fedora and winXP it's working properly.
On 8/10/06, Kae Verens <kae at verens.com> wrote:
> Saju A P wrote:
> > I installed debian sarge on my system. But I am not able to configure
> > sound card. When I run alsaconf it's not selecting my sound card. How
> > I can configure my soundcard.
> > When I run #lspci it shows this as sound card device
> > Multimedia audio controller: Slicon Integrated System [SiS] sound
> > controller (rev 0f)
> are you sure that's correct? google says there are no "sound controller
> (rev 0f)" results, but plenty of "sound controller (rev a0)" results.
>> the fact that they are 1 apart suggests that maybe you got a board with
> a rare faulty sound controller (0f), which was noticed soon and replaced
> with a working one for most other machines (a0).
>> so then, the problem might be to find out what is different between the two.
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