That output indicates that everything SHOULD be working just fine.
Did you move your cables again? :)
Daniel, I'm not sure how you did it, but you managed to edit your post and create a completely new thread.
I've hidden the old thread and locked it...
run this command and give me the output, please?
That's your SOUND output. What VIDEO do you have? I'm guessing from your comments that you are using the Intel integrated video?
Ok, so sound goes...
What video card are you using? And this video is hooked DIRECTLY to the monitor? Not going through anything else?
Looking at this further, I realized that your Audio in the control panel is showing as HDMI, but the your audio driver is snd_hda_intel, which AFAIK...
Actually, ALSA is installed by default with Mint; Pulse routes audio through ALSA/OSS/Jack/Whatever else as appropriate. It's basically a management...
Have you booted into Windows since trying to get Mint working? Do you have Windows installed on any of your permanent drives?
What is the output of:
Do you have any options besides "Digital Surround 5.1" in the "Output Profile" drop-down list? If so, try a different output profile.
Show me what you're seeing in Sound Settings, please.
I've never messed with BIOS RAID, though I have worked with both LVM and MADM.
I believe you are dealing with Intel's on-board RAID and Dell's weird...
Assuming your audio device is a built-in Intel HD Audio controller, then yes, it is showing up:
0000:00:1f.3 Audio device: Intel Corporation Device...
Pretty sure it's a spammer.
After you login, at the top of the page on the right side, you will see your username, along with the words 'Inbox' and 'Alerts'.
Click on your...
We are just glad to have you back with us. :)
Glad to hear. I ran into a problem similar to that with something here (can't remember what now) and had to select a newer kernel than the 'default'...
Try Linux Mint 21. I believe your problem is that you are running an older kernel that doesn't have the necessary drivers.
Which Linux Mint version and kernel are you playing with?
Mint should already have the drivers you need.
What model Dell is it? What WiFi adapter? How do you know it doesn't work with Mint?
Separate names with a comma.