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SubjectRe: Question concerning SBLIVE! driver.
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Is your motherboard based on a Via chipset? If so, then this doesn't have
anything to do with Linux.. You'd have the same problems with Windows 2000..
I have a pair of SB Live! Platinums gathering dust in the room with me
because of the "Via/SBLive!" and "SMP/SBLive!" bugs.

----- Original Message -----
From: "war" <war@starband.net>
To: <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
Sent: Sunday, October 07, 2001 8:48 PM
Subject: Question concerning SBLIVE! driver.


> I've noticed in Kernel 2.4.10 that the emu10k1 driver produces cracks in
> the sound output.
>
> Is there a stable emu10k1?
>
> The emu10k1 driver in all kernels < 2.4.7 is from 04-12-2000, which
> produce excellent sound.
>
> I've spoken with a few other guys on IRC, and they also have this
> problem [of crackling, etc].
>
> What would be the best course of action if one wants good sound in
> kernels > 2.4.7?
>
>
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