Joined: April 2007
||Posted: April 09 2007,10:10
I run an HDD installed DSL 3.3 on an old Notebook (Compaq Armada 4160T, CPU: Pentium I 166 Mhz, RAM: 80 MB, HDD:1 GB CompactFlash, Screen: LCD 800x600, 16 Bit)
Because these SubNotebook don´t have an CD and no USB i installed DSL 3.3 on an newer Notebook (Compac Armada M300) and moved the HDD after the installation to the older Notebook.
Great: The WLAN with an old PCMCIA Card runs out of the box! :-) BUT until now i have no Sound. :-(
I think the notebook have an non pnp ISA ESS 688, 1688 or 1788 Soundchip inside.
How can i get sound running?
I´m a total linux newbe so i search a lot in these forum an try "sudo modprobe sb" but i get only
|"Note: /etc/modules.conf is more recent than /lib/modules/2.4.26/modules.dep"|
I found now in DSL System Stats - dmesg:
<6> SB 3.01 detectet OK (220)
<6> ESS chip ES1888 detectet
<4> sb: Interrupt test on IRQ7 failed - Probable IRQ conflict
<6> ad1848/cs4248 codec driver
<5> ad1848: No OSAPnP cards found, trying standard ones...