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I got it working. Using the cheatcode did not work by itself, But I used it and my soundcard_config. xzm from my v2.1 and did a session save module while it was working. It is still working after multiple reboots.
I looked at using "rootcopy" but I'm not sure if I'm doing right. Open rootcopy, put in your code by right clicking, blank file,copy it or write my in my other card, save it, name it? How do I know the correct name to enter for the other card "HDA-intel - HD-audio generic"?
I did that, no sound on the next reboot. I appreciate all the help. I am just going to use my old version. It works perfectly, I just like the using the latest greatest. I will continue to watch the forum for a possible solution and wait for the next version. It is fun trying to get things working b...
http://pastebin.ca/2638950 In the hope of learning something I was comparing the two system infos v3.0 and v2.1. Thought it might help since the sound card works in this one.
I just looking around to see if i could find anything and noticed in system info," kernel modules loaded" that when the sound works there is a snd ac97 codec listed. When it does not work, it's not there.
I did that and nothing was muted and volume was up. Since then I have tried multiple reboots and a couple of times the sound has worked again, very random. The /ect/asound.conf is still there. I could just go back to my old version. I don't want to take too much of your time.
That gave me a volume control in the panel but still no sound. In settings centre it now lists the default card as IXP: ATIXP -ATI IXP . On my v2.1 the sound works and is listed as ATIXP-ATI IXP in the setting centre. Are these the same?
I'm using porteus v2.1 and had no trouble with the sound card. I did have to select the default sound card and do a sound card xzm module, but I can't get 3.0rc1 or 3.0rc2 to work. I select my card, then I hit apply, it crashes and says there was a error. A couple of other things, it did work on 3.0...