Joined: Jan. 2006
||Posted: Mar. 09 2008,20:24
|Quote (curaga @ Mar. 09 2008,00:37)|
|Well, first try the sb module, as most cards are at least a little sound blaster compatible.|
First go to a root console. To find out how to give the info to the module type "modinfo sb". Then give them while loading the module, like this:
modprobe sb ioaddr=220
After that check if your sound works. If it does, put that modprobe command into your /opt/bootlocal.sh to be loaded on boot.
It worked. I added the "modprobe sb" line to my /opt/bootlocal.sh file and now it loads on boot.
Thanks for all your help.