Linux Posted Sunday at 06:36 AM Share Posted Sunday at 06:36 AM I think, this is a more general Clevo or even laptop question. I have been using an USB DAC for a couple of years now. There are some issues with it regarding music playback under Linux right now and i wanted to try out the Soundblaster X-Fi that comes with my Clevo P670. But the card doesn't show up in any hardware list. With Linux and Windows. Just Realtek/Nvidia and the DAC are visible. Windows: The equipment is not disabled in the device manager. I have read somewhere, that the Soundblaster has not it's own chip, but is a software enhanced version of the Realtek audio. Can someone shed light on it or help out to get the Soundblaster running? I know, that the series has been discontinued for a couple of years and there are no new drivers available, but i don't think it's a driver issue in the first place. I am just doing it wrong how to enable/install it. The Clevo P670 has an AMI BIOS, so no fancy options in the BIOS to accidentally disable the chip. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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