#2 1.x.x (8830) gives errors in syslog the locks up system

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nobody
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2000-09-08
2000-09-08
Anonymous
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previously i had a abit bh6 + celeron 333, then i upgraded to an asus a7v + tbird 750. with the old system the drivers worked flawlessly, but now i get kernel messages saying .....data format not supported: 64
64 and 128 keep popping up whenever i play any sound, mp3, wav, UTLinux etc. sound will come out for a while but eventually the system locks up, only when i disable sound in UT i can play without the system freezing. playing with mpg123 in console only still freezes the system.

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  • Nobody/Anonymous

    Same thing happens on my A7V/Duron system under Linux 2.2.17

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I get the same problem with this. I have an A7V + 1200
    Thunderbird, and in windows I have to add a bios register
    hack to get it working. Does this need to be done in
    linux, and is there a way to do it??

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Exactly the same thing happens on my Redhat 7.3 Box.
    When i try to play a sound wav, etc doesn't matter what my
    system freezes. (AMD XP && kernel 2.4.18)

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I use the 8810 drivers. And sound works for about 10 seconds
    before the system locks up.

    I use mandrake 8.2. I got the latest from cvs and made a path
    change in the Makefile to get things to compile.

    The good thing is XMMS works without locking...

     

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