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Old 7th September 2010
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Default Internal Laptop Speakers

Laptop speakers fail to produce sound. I have read 13 – 13.6 but am unable to get sound from my laptop speakers. I’m not sure if the headphone jack works since it’s broken.


This is what I have done so far – created an entry in /etc/fstab for the cdrom drive. I am able to mount the drive and access it as long as it is not a music cd. In other words I can insert the openbsd 4.7 cd and access it with no problem. Also, when I issue cdio play the cd starts to spin but no sound.

Not looking to be spoon fed the answer but a gently nudge in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.

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Last edited by divadgnol67; 7th September 2010 at 07:03 PM. Reason: Solved
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