ash at george.ca
Tue Sep 12 23:53:55 ADT 2006
You may get more success if you ask this on the alsa-user mailing list
and provide any relevant error output in your email. Good luck.. :)
In the meantime, have you tried restarting your computer? Or is it a
persistent problem? Perhaps the volume level is too high: try running
alsamixer and adjusting volume levels. However, if it is a different
kind of clicking, you might need the help of the alsa-user mailing
list... there is usually someone who will respond soon if you tell them
a lot of detail about your kernel, ALSA version and error messages.
On Tue, Sep 12, 2006 at 11:16:56AM -0300, Ryan Neily wrote:
> I am writing to get a few alsa pointers. By mistake I ran alsaconf
> without turning off all sound applications. (I was thinking I was on my
> other computer)
> Anyway, I now have clicking sounds going regularly.
> How do I deal with these clicking sounds?
> How do I get my sound working properly again?
> I am running Debian etch on a PIII.
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