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Solved No Sound -help-

SFF235

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I had sound, but then I did something that stopped it. What could it be?
[Geforce RTX 2070 super]
I've tried lots of things to fix it, but nothing seems to work 😰
 
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[QUOTE="derpOmattic]
sudo systemctl --user restart pulseaudio rm -r ~/.config/pulse pulseaudio -k
[/QUOTE]

What does it do? results:
sff@pop-os:~$ sudo systemctl --user restart pulseaudio rm -r ~/.config/pulse pulseaudio -k
[sudo] password for sff:
systemctl: invalid option -- 'k'
sff@pop-os:~$
 

SFF235

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You won't like me when I tell you this.

I failed to consider the two options for 'Output Device'. When I selected 'DisplayPort 2' instead of the default 'DisplayPort' it started working.

sorry :oops:
 
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SFF235

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PROBLEM SOLVED

so now both my sound and Firestorm viewer are both working
I love Pop! OS
 

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