Can't help then. Sorry bout that.
From: cardhore [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2001 11:03 AM
To: Woller, Thomas
Subject: RE: cs4232 sound chip problem
--- "Woller, Thomas" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Do you have a cs46xx chip or a cs4232 on that
> motherboard? I think that we
> took care of most of the pops with the cs46xx
> driver, but I haven't ever
> looked at the cs4232 driver (ISA part).
The chip itself reads "Crystal CS4236B-KQ".
It is directly onboard the motherboard and uses the
isa bus. /proc/isapnp gives: Card 1
'CSC0b35:CS4236B' PnP version 1.0 Product version 0.4
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> I'm using the cs4232 sound driver, in Linux 2.4.8
> 2.4.7) for my motherboard's onboard chip. (The
> motherboard is the Intel SE440BX.) Whenever the
> device is opened, it makes a loud "pop." Does this
> all kernels. Any help would be appreciated!
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