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On (31/10/08 01:32), Gerard Cunningham said:
> The manuals for the machine give me no information on wh kind of sound
> card I have, so I'm at a loss as to where to go from here. I assume I
> need to physically look under the hood and take note of a product ID
> somewhere, unless there's a way to make the os look for the sound card.
>The command you're looking for here is 'lspci' - open a terminal and run
it. It gives details of any PCI hardware in your computer, without
having to "look under the hood". For more information, try 'lspci -h'
and 'man lspci' at the command prompt.
John Madden -- john at jmadden.eu
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