speck wrote:Only one question: KDE still show one message at start saying: "ALC268 does not work, falling to PulseAudio"...
A workaround for those people who are getting the message at start saying:
that your Model of sound card does not work, falling to whatever is next on the list
If your sound is working when the sound system falls back, then to stop message from appearing at start-up, try this;
Open System Settings
Double click Multimedia
Select Audio Output
Select the first item
Click on Defer
Click on Apply Device List To...
Ensure that all items are selected in the dialog window that appears and click OK
Example my system on start-up "ALC662 Analog does not work, falling to ALC662 Digital"
So I open System Settings - Multimedia (as user), select Audio Output (the first item on left-hand side of Multimedia window) then I select (right-hand side of window) HDA NVidia (ALC662 Analog), then click on Defer, Click on Apply Device List To... and finally Apply. Then close all open windows and reboot
It works for me
Desktop ASUS M2N-MX SE Plus, AMD 64 X2 Dual Core 5200, 4 Gb RAM, GeForce 9500 1GB
Notebook HP CQ61-311AX, AMD CPU M320, 4 Gb RAM, Radeon HD 4300 512 MB
Wireless AR9285, Audio ATI SBx00 (IDT 92hd75B2x5)
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