AV-Linux 5.0.3 HDMI - No Sound

Please if you can Help;
My Hardware: Asus p8z68deluxe/gen3 w/Intel i7 chip and 16gb of ram, also a wd sata drv 1tb and a dvd/bluray writer cd player and a nVidia GeForce560 GTX Ti 1040 Graphics Card using the HDMI for Video and Sound going thru my Pioneer Receiver for the speakers. Everything works great on the Windows 7 side of the hard drive, but not with AV-Linux 5.0.3:’(

Operating system: Dual Boot; Windows 7 and AV-Linux 5.0.3, But the only way I could get av5 to boot off the CD or to Install on my hard drive was to enter this bit of code “pci=noacpi acpi=off”without the quotation marks, why? I would like to know, But it works so,so. So is that why av5 does not see my drives? I also have NO SOUND and av5 can’t see the CD player, and also av5 can’t see my network printer HP Officejet pro 8600 plus :’(

Windows on thee other hand works great,and that’s what my wife likes to use for her stuff.

I gave up my Apple and ProTools becauseI saw Ardour and liked what I saw. But?

I would like to get this running so I can get back at mixing down my music.
Please Help

On Tue, 03 Apr 2012 05:06:02 +0000, Elvisb wrote:

> AV-Linux 5.0.3:’(

AV-Linux is a Debian derived distribution. You’ve found the openSUSE
forums, which is specific to the openSUSE distribution, a derivation of
Slackware (originally) that uses RPM as its package format.

You’ll want to look for an AV-Linux specific set of forums. It’s
unlikely anyone here is going to be able to help you - until your post,
I’d not even heard of this distribution.

I found some user forums at:


Perhaps they can help you.


Jim Henderson
openSUSE Forums Administrator
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Thank you I’ll Move On