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I installed Corel Linux Standard and my soundcard is not recognized at all. It is a Soundblaster PCI512. I tried pnpdump>pnp.file and the only card it recognized was my Zoom ISA modem.

During boot up the BIOS identifies it on IRQ 9 (if that helps).

Can anyone help me out?

Thanks.
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Question by:Carl041600
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by:jyu_88
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sound card support is most likely built in
the kernel as a loadable module.
if so, you can tell the module loader where to
look for the device: io_base, irq, etc.
so, in your case, I'd put the following two
lines in /etc/conf.modules, if they are not there yet:
alias sound sb
options sb irq=9
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Arturo Hernandez earned 100 total points
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enter to the website opensource.creative.com, and donwload the module emu10k1, this module is for soundblaster live, and pci's, then read de README and it has all the information you need
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