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=== CS4297 ===
 
=== CS4297 ===
This is a Cirrus Logic AC'97 Audio controller
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This is a Cirrus Logic AC'97 Audio codec
  
 
In addition to an AC'97 Audio controller, these ThinkPad's also have a legacy soundchip with SoundBlaster compatibility for DOS applications (mainly games)<br>
 
In addition to an AC'97 Audio controller, these ThinkPad's also have a legacy soundchip with SoundBlaster compatibility for DOS applications (mainly games)<br>
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=== Linux OSS driver ===
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This sound chip is supported by the i810_audio kernel module.
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=== Linux ALSA driver ===
 
=== Linux ALSA driver ===
This sound chip is supported by the snd-intel8x0 kernel module.
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This sound chip is supported by the '''snd-intel8x0''' kernel module.
  
 
=== ThinkPads this chip may be found in ===
 
=== ThinkPads this chip may be found in ===

Latest revision as of 13:27, 3 March 2010

CS4297

This is a Cirrus Logic AC'97 Audio codec

In addition to an AC'97 Audio controller, these ThinkPad's also have a legacy soundchip with SoundBlaster compatibility for DOS applications (mainly games)
Only one sound driver should be loaded, preferably this AC'97 driver

Features

  • Chipset: CS4297 or CS4297A
  • Interface: AC'97 2.1


Linux ALSA driver

This sound chip is supported by the snd-intel8x0 kernel module.

ThinkPads this chip may be found in

CS4297 / CS4280 combo

CS4297A / CS4281 combo

CS4297A / CS4624 combo