As I thought; a 'full' install. No harm, no foul. We do recommend this for seriously 'RAM-challenged' machines, because Puppy needs a minimum amount of RAM for the frugal files to de-compress into.
That's why there's no save-file/folder..!
From the look of things, Pup's not detecting your sound card. That's why there's nothing showing in the multiple sound card wizard; even if there's only the one, single source, it'll still show up in the wizard.
Before we go any further, try this, and see what happens.
Open a terminal, and type in
...and hit 'Enter'. That last is a small 'L', not a 1. This should list all sound devices on your hardware. Copy the output, please, and post it back here.
(To do this with Puppy's Urxvt terminal, just highlight the text. Don't do anything else. Then, in your post, position the cursor, and middle-click with the mouse. That's how you copy/paste with Pup's terminal..! Not very intuitive, I admit.....but we're kinda stuck with it. I believe you can install alternative terminals if you want to, although I've never bothered, personally.)
Edited by Mike_Walsh, 30 July 2017 - 02:02 PM.
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