Re: Maudio Delta 66 Not recognised on GA-Z68AP-D3

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On Sat, 14 Apr 2012 11:53:33 +0100
sylos <richardsill321@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello all.
> 
> I havent had to post anything to such a wide variety of knowledegable 
> people before so forgive me if I have broken any etiquette, but I
> have a pretty big problem.
> 
> I recently spent a big wad of cash building a rig based on the 
> GA-Z68AP-D3 motherboard. I built it primarily for audio production on 
> linux using my Maudio Delta 66 Rev B sound card. The card works fine 
> when no graphics card is installed but as soon as I install my NVIDIA 
> 7900GTO card in the PCIex16 slot - alsa fails to see the soundcard.
> All I get listed in aplay -l is my onboard sound or, if I switch off
> onboard sound, no cards listed.


Hi, mostly guessing, but have you tried plugging the cards in different
PCI slots? Ideally you'd also want your sound card to have a lower IRQ
than your video card - you can find out IRQs with "cat /proc/interrupts"

renato
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