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Old 12-27-2012, 01:47 AM
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Hello everyone,

Sorry if this subject has been used before. But after searching around, I have been given conflicting information.

I was the lucky recipient of a Zotac Geforce 210 1GB Graphics card - Basic, I know, but it does the job - What has happened is that sound no longer functions. My Realtek 262 (snd_hda) configuration has been overwritten by nvidia hdmi sound drivers and I cannot find a way of disabling the said drivers.

I have upgraded to PC-BSD 9.1 and the only options available to me through the sound configuration widget is nvidia hdmi. There is no way of disabling the hdmi through the sound configurator.

I had noticed that PC-BSD 9.1 was shipped with nvidia drivers 304.64 and that nvidia FreeBSD downloads were at version 310.19. Would it be worth upgrading?

There must be an answer out there that is staring me in the face.

I have an Acer LCD monitor connected to the vga output of the graphics card.

Regards and I hope you find what you are looking for in 2013.
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Old 12-27-2012, 05:48 AM
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I told you it was staring me in the face all along.

I profusely apologise for wasting your time. The answer lies in the bios.
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