Acer Aspire TC-100 Realtek HD Audio Driver
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Acer Aspire TC-100 Realtek HD Audio Driver
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Failing all that, you may be able to solve it by specifying a model for your sound chipset. This is more the case of when you're getting sound but only from one speaker, the soundcard not detecting when you're connecting headphones with no option to toggle this availablecrackling sound or static, volume oddities, etc. Furthermore, even though two different soundcards may be based on the same model of chipsets, they can have quirks caused Acer Aspire TC-100 Realtek HD Audio other factors involved in its making.
Perhaps all BrandX cards based on ChipsetA have a slightly different revision of that chipset than BrandY's cards do, so their drivers' code need to differ slightly. Even though your computer senses it's based on ChipsetA, it doesn't know if it has BrandX's or BrandY's quirks, and you can end up with weird stuff when what it defaults to isn't right for your card.
While it might very well be what another user with a BrandZ card, also based on ChipsetA, needs. A more concrete example would be channels; Acer Aspire TC-100 Realtek HD Audio ChipsetA technically supports having up to 5 channels two front, two back, centerbut the default cheapo ChipsetA cards only support two left, right. You bought an expensive ChipsetA card, however, and you want all your 5 channels. But the driver only gives you the default two unless explicitly told your card supports more.
You get the idea. At this point you may want to consider manually upgrading ALSA.
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There is a neat script for this written by soundcheck. Newer versions just may be able to detect which quirks are needed automagically. If that doesn't help or if you don't want to, then read on.
Enter this command to find out which chipset your card is based on. It'll say something like: Intel [HDA Intel], device 0: Find the entry for that chipset in the below list, and note the available models.
The contents of it also differ between versions of ALSA. This post focuses on Intel HDA cards.
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If you don't have one such but you're experiencing the same-ish issues, open up that ALSA-Configuration. The rest of the post should apply regardless. Passing -1 will make the driver to choose the appropriate value based on the controller chip. Each codec may have a model table for different configurations. If your machine isn't listed there, the default usually minimal configuration is set up.
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There are different models depending on the codec chip. When this model is given, the driver uses the generic codec parser without "codec-patch". It's a good base if you want to upgrade parts, especially adding a graphics card if you game. That said I'm not sure whether it's mine specifically but every once in a while the DVD drive makes a lot of noise for about a minute, you can open and close it and it'll stop or leave it.
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