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    Default noise come out from the speakers in any linux distro even opensuse

    hi guys
    i just having problem with my sound driver from a lot of time in any Linux distro even opensuse
    and it seems that is noise with the speaker and it end when i mute the speakers
    and it especially for the right speaker
    i just need help with the driver or i need to know how to disable just the right speaker

    my computer : dell
    CPU : Intel 2Gz
    ram :3 G
    hard drive :320 G


    note : that problem disappear when i using windows

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    Default Re: noise come out from the speakers in any linux distro even opensuse

    Quote Originally Posted by zano23 View Post
    hi guys
    i just having problem with my sound driver from a lot of time in any Linux distro even opensuse
    and it seems that is noise with the speaker and it end when i mute the speakers
    and it especially for the right speaker
    i just need help with the driver or i need to know how to disable just the right speaker

    my computer : dell
    CPU : Intel 2Gz
    ram :3 G
    hard drive :320 G


    note : that problem disappear when i using windows
    Hi, welcome,

    Stating that it works in Windows doesn't mean much. Try installing pavucontrol and run it to play around with the output settings
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    Default Re: noise come out from the speakers in any linux distro even opensuse

    Start by reading the troubleshooting guide
    https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Audio_tr...ed_information
    In particular, run the /usr/sbin/alsa-info.sh script and allow it to upload the output to an online server. Post the link that it generates here, so that others can advise further.

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    Default Re: noise come out from the speakers in any linux distro even opensuse

    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    Hi, welcome,

    Stating that it works in Windows doesn't mean much. Try installing pavucontrol and run it to play around with the output settings

    this way didn't work ,do you know how to totally disable the right speaker ,because i already tried to disable it in the control manager but it continue runing

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    Default Re: noise come out from the speakers in any linux distro even opensuse

    Quote Originally Posted by deano_ferrari View Post
    Start by reading the troubleshooting guide
    https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Audio_tr...ed_information
    In particular, run the /usr/sbin/alsa-info.sh script and allow it to upload the output to an online server. Post the link that it generates here, so that others can advise further.
    i tried this way but there a lot of information and i didn't understand any thing.

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    Default Re: noise come out from the speakers in any linux distro even opensuse

    Point is to give us the URL to the alsa-info.sh script results so we can see it. Yes it is confusing

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    Default Re: noise come out from the speakers in any linux distro even opensuse

    The script is easy to run. Simply open a konsole/xterm, with PC connected to internet, and as a regular user paste this into the konsole/terminal
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    /usr/sbin/alsa-info.sh
    select the 'upload/share' option when prompted. Let the script run to completion. Then look in the konsole/xterm and it will tell you that "Your ALSA information is located at " some http location. Copy that location and paste that here. We can then go to that link and check what it says. It 'might' give us an idea as to what is wrong with your setup.
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