Are you using headphones for sound? Or does that need to be changed to Computer Speakers?
I tried with both options never worked
@baalthis When you change Sound setting from Headphone to Speakers, what do you see on
I am still puzzled why No "Speakers" appear in your Alsamixer. It is not detecting them.
Are you using a laptop or desktop+monitor? If the latter, where are the speakers (on the monitor or separate connection)?
Same. The Multimedia output shared above shows a Supported hardware.
I was thinking that no one proposed to increase all AlsaMixer values to see if an audio file is heard so I'll do it, … did you try increasing all AlsaMixer values to see if an audio file is heard ?
I am using a desktop+monitor and i have no detached speaker its located inside my computer screen. and the thing is, it was working, last 3 months when i started using zorin.
i tried that, doesnt work
Booting to the grub menu (tap
tab from the motherboard splash screen, select the option for
Advanced Options for Zorin
Select an earlier kernel to boot - then proceed to boot.
Test sound on the earlier kernel and see if it works.
At this point, all I can suggest are these:
Settings > Audio > enable Ultra Amplification > increase values under Volume Levels title > click Test under Output title > click the 2 buttons
test your audio hardware on an online audio testing tool
trash your jack, or your computer if you prefer
take a rest, troubleshooting so much can be really stressing
Aravisian may be right, a too recent kernel may be not interacting perfectly with the jack port. Who's jack by the way? We chatted much about him, now I want to know him .
I didn't make a restore point, does it do it automatically? but I have already reinstalled zorin a second time it does not work
Click "Advanced options for Zorin" you should find previous kernels you can try booting there.
I tried that, cant work, i selected two of them. one by one, same probleme
I can't understand the language : in configuration tab try to make both of built-in audio : analog stereo duplex , then go to tab input devices and click on the icon green right on built in audio analog sterio(choice ur prefer mic) , then go to tab of output devices and click on the icon green right on built out audio analog stereo(choice ur prefer speaker)
hello guys i want to say something a card sound is it intergrated to my motherbord ?
Hello, i found a solution to my sound zorin probleme
the card sound of my motherbord is not working so need new one.
I have bought this to do the test.
and the test was good and the sound come back to me, it was from there.
i want to thank all people who tried to help me
In this case, I have closed this spin-off thread:
Please let any moderator know if you need it re-opened.
I am sorry that you had a hardware fault rather than a software one but glad you got it sorted out.
Yeah thanks, but needed to do what you said to me, to eliminate all steps