On Wed, 2008-10-08 at 23:31 +0100, Frank Shute wrote:
> > ls /dev/d
> > da0      da2      dcons    devstat  dsp0.0   dsp1.0   
> > da1      da3      devctl   dgdb     dsp0.1   dumpdev 
> On my machine:
> $ ls /dev | grep dsp
> dsp0.0
> dsp0.1
> i.e no dsp1.0
> Could be that the 2 cards are confusing it, as you suggested previously
> (they both use the same driver). Can you disable one in the BIOS? 

I am afraid not :( my ATI radeon 3850 comes with HDMI support which I
can't disable.

> What does:
> $ cat /dev/sndstat
> give you?

> FreeBSD Audio Driver (newpcm: 32bit 2007061600/i386)
> Installed devices:
> pcm0: <ATI (Unknown) High Definition Audio Controller> at memory
0xff9ec000 irq 17 kld snd_hda [20080420_0052] [MPSAFE] (mixer only)
> pcm1: <Intel 82801G High Definition Audio Controller> at memory
0xffafc000 irq 19 kld snd_hda [20080420_0052] [MPSAFE] (1p:1v/1r:1v
channels duplex)

> I'm not surprised it freaks out - it's probably struggling to figure
> out which card to use.
> I feel pretty sure you'll have better luck disabling one. I have had 2
> cards in the same machine before but they used different drivers.

Can this problem be solved with buying an new soundcard? Or wil I run
into the same mess? 



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