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Old 11th March 2009, 07:40 PM
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Troubleshooting soundcard/system

I'm using Fedora 10, and up until a day or two ago had no trouble with the sound. Now, if I try to play an mp3, totem goes for about two or three seconds and stops. The tests in Sound Preferences fail, but if I plug my speakers in half-way, I get a steady tone, no matter what's happening. I've also tried headphones, and got exactly nothing. Does anybody know how I can troubleshoot this and, if possible, restart the sound system without a restart?
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