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Aros Audio
Posted on 4-Oct-2017 11:46:07
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Joined: 16-Apr-2009
Posts: 1057
From: UK

Hi all

Looks like I'm cursed with audio lol. Just tried installing Aros on old Packard bell Easynote Argo C2. Have desktop 1024x768 have network using 8139 network driver. No sound looks like it might have some kind of ati hd audio chip ?

Anyone got this to work?

I think I'm going to be out of luck as I don't think its a intel based hd audio chip...

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