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Old 31st December 2010
Mako_Elite Mako_Elite is offline
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Default sound inop when wake up from suspend.

I am trying to figure out this one with no luck.

After my Thinkpad T23 wakes up from suspend sound is not working when I try
to play DVD or videos from my HD.
When I reboot sound works great as long as I don't put laptop to suspend.

I was looking for a way to manually restart sound server, but I couldn't fine any info on that. Is there a way to restart it manually? Also I noticed that settings in "mixerctl" are slightly different before and after suspend example
mixrctl (outputs.master.mute=on) after suspend, but not after reboot.
I did try to change settings (outputs.master.mute=off) , but sound still inop.

I think it has to do something with sound server.

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Here is dmesg file
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