[linux-audio-user] still have bad sound

David dplist at free.fr
Thu Feb 12 18:16:13 EST 2004


On Thu, 12 Feb 2004 17:47:37 -0500
Dave Phillips <dlphilp at bright.net> wrote:

> Greetings:
> 
>   I've narrowed down some parts of my current problems with sound. The
>   mouse is definitely a noise-maker: I move, I get a not-nice ripping 
> noise that tracks along with the mouse movement. I had hoped that the 
> problem would be the nVidia binary video driver, but the problem
> occurs with the kernel sources driver as well. I've appended some
> background info in case anyone sees an obvious flaw in the system.
> 
>   A couple of things: I have no USB devices on this machine, so how
>   can I get rid of the usb-uhci stuff hanging off the same interrupt
>   as the SBLive ? Also, would it do any good to switch slots ?

Maybe your BIOS allows you to disable the USB controller ?
 
>   I've tried a number of different changes to XF86Config, got no joy 
> from any. :(  I've been working through the various suggestions from
> the Audio Quality HOWTO, nothing has worked yet. I'm open to any other
> non-$$$ suggested solutions...

Since your are using a kt133 based motherboard, may I suggest a BIOS
upgrade ? I had noise in my captured sounds for months until I dared
to flash my kt133 motherboard using a boot floppy image from the FreeDOS
project (be sure to chose "clean boot" or something like that).

Your problem obviously isn't the same as mine but this might help
though.

> Best regards,
> 
> dp
>
> [...]

-- 
David


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