Re: Cannot figure out the driver for nVidia sound chip

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On Wed, 9 Nov 2011, Bruce Korb wrote:

> On 11/09/11 12:01, Bill Unruh wrote:
>>
>>  ...  I would also
>>  advise you to unplug the usb camera as well,
>
> That did it.  I've had the camera plugged in for months.  However,
> the sound stopped a couple days ago and by removing it, the sound
> is back.  Sound is necessary and sending video is merely fun.
> It is gone.   Thank you.

I suspect that alsa, for some random reason, decided to make the video camera
the first or primary sound device suddenly (how it decides that is a mystery
in linux). 
>

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