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|Subject: Re: New user||Date: 7/7/2012 8:10 PM|
|Author: Patzer||Number: 6576 of 6691|
Today? Yep. No sound. When I get home tonight, I'll take one more look at it. At least the fiddling should be at a minimum, as I just need to check that all of the various settings are where I left them.
That is odd. A couple weeks ago, I created a dual boot machine with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS as the Linux side. I went along playing with this, that and the other for a while; a few days ago I noticed I had *no sound*.
I have no local support group, so it was off to Dr. Google to figure it out. This can be a puzzle to parse, as some of the stuff the good doctor pulls out of his files applies to old versions of the software and not what I have. Tried this, that and the other from solutions others had found. Still no sound.
Eventually I got around to looking at the sound settings through the Unity graphical interface. Output line was muted. Uncheck the mute button, and I had sound. The sound has stayed around through several reboots made for other reasons.
I would suspect that Ubuntu is shipping by default with the sound muted, which is kind of nice some of the time; but I have no idea why my system should stay fixed while yours goes back to muted when you don't intend it to.
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