Problem: while using the MediaPlayerConnectivity add-on (to Firefox) to
watch C-SPAN

- volume can not be adjusted using any sliders in KMix

- right click on 'speaker icon' in tray and click on 'mute' does nothing

- volume can not be adjusted using any slider in "Volume Control: SiS
SI7012 (Alsa mixer)" launched by Menu > MultiMedia > Volume Control >
Volume Control (Adjust the volume level)

- volume can not be adjusted by using any slider in YaST > Hardware >
Sound > Other > Volume

- the _only_ way to control the volume is with the hardware knob ON the
speaker itself...and, i have to turn it WAY down...far lower than when i
(for example) watch at youtube or listed to a CD..

Question: what am i doing wrong?

Hard/software:

motherboard ASRock K8Upgrade-760GX
Chipsets: North Bridge: SiS 760GX Chipset
Audio: 5.1 channels AC'97 Audio
info.product = 'SiS SI7012 OSS PCM Device'
info.product = 'SiS SI7012 ALSA Playback Device'
oss.card_id = 'SiS SI7012 with CMI9761A+'
info.category = 'alsa'
alsa.card_id = 'SiS SI7012 with CMI9761A+'

openSuSE 10.3, fully patched
KDE 3.5.7 release 72.9, fully patched
Firefox 3.0.1
sound driver: snd-intel8x0 (seen in YaST)

Additional info:

- there are no volume sliders in Personal Settings > Configure Desktop >
Sound & Multimedia > Sound System

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DenverD (Linux Counter 282315)
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