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EXCELLENT work man. I now have sound on my HP-DV6-1107AX. Jacks not working but at least i have sound.

Thanks!

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i have a studio 1737, i'm working on getting sound and video working,
Intel High Definition Audio:

Device ID: 0x1117675

if someone could please post or send me a kext for this device that would be greatly appreciated.

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I have a Dell XPS 16 with an IDT 92hd73c1. Device ID 0x10280272. Please help, i can't get it to work

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I got this working.. does anyone know how to fix the intermitten popping?

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Hi Guys

I have tried all the kexts to get the audio to work and still no joy.

I have a dell studio 1535 and i know the IDT audio is a pain on this.

would anyone be able to give me some help?

If you can what info would you need from me?

Cheers for your help

Alex

Just a quick update! I have sound through the middle 3.5mm jack so must be something there, all i need is sound through the speakers!!!

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IDT APPLE HDA PATCH GUIDE

EDIT: NOV 18, 2008

EDIT: Sorry ive been away for very long :)! Looks like the community is making progress! I hope this guide has helped you guys :S i tried my best :P.

EDIT: pin config guide: http://forum.insanel...howtopic=137188


After months of waiting idt sound devices finally work in osx! Use this guide to get your specific codec to work :).

First lets thank AREOS for his work on getting applehda working for idt in general!

Alright lets start first delete your existing applehda.kext from your extensions folder and use the one provided below:

http://rapidshare.co...pleHDA.kext.zip

download and install HDAenabler so AppleHDA will load :)

http://rapidshare.co...nabler.kext.zip

now to edit the kext...


Step 1: Codec device id

if your codec is different from the one provided by AREOS you must adjust the applehda binary, the controller plist and the platform plist. to do this you need your specific device id. so once you get your device id compare it with AREOS.

ex. AREOS device id = 0x111D76B0 my device id = 0x111D76B2

now u must convert this hex id to decimal form.

use osx calculator to do so. here is what i got:

ex. AREOS dev id (decimal) = 287143600 my dev id (decimal) = 287143602

Step 2: Edit Binary

ok to edit the apple hda binary u need to first download hexedit (a program for osx to edit binary files).

once you have downloaded hexedit open up your applehda.kext/contents/macos/applehda with it.

in the hex file there are two device ids you have to adjust

search the hex for �B0761D11�. you should find two instances of these hex numbers.

as you can notice the bytes are flipped ie. B0761D11 = 111D76B0

in the two instances you find in the binary, type in the appropriate device id for your card.

Step 3: Edit Platform Plist


Open AppleHDA.kext/contents/info.plist...

edit codecID so it is the device id (decimal form).

ex. CodecID = 2871433602

Step 4: Edit Controller Plist

Open AppleHDA.kext/contents/plugins/AppleHDAController.kext/contents/info.plist

Edit IOPCIPrimaryMatch with your HD audio controller.
Mine is Intel Audio Controller 0x293e8086

ex. IOPCIPrimaryMatch = 0x293e8086

Under HDAConfigDefault edit the codec id again (decimal form)

ex. CodecID = 2871433602

MAKE SURE TO USE HDAENABLER.KEXT NOT ALCINJECT SO APPLEHDA LOADS! :D



Heres were it can get difficult...

if your loaded applehda doesnt work after this you might have to fill in the ConfigData in your controller plist.

follow this guide: http://forum.insanel...howtopic=137188



when i open the specifed path with hexedit i get more than 100 lines of code... where am i suppose to find the line containing

B0761D11

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Thanks for the great guide.

Finally I have sound on my Leopard 10.5.7

Now I need to find a way to configure my Intel X4500 graphics card to 1440x900 resolution.

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IDT APPLE HDA PATCH GUIDE

EDIT: NOV 18, 2008

EDIT: Sorry ive been away for very long :wacko:! Looks like the community is making progress! I hope this guide has helped you guys :S i tried my best :P.

EDIT: pin config guide: http://forum.insanel...howtopic=137188


After months of waiting idt sound devices finally work in osx! Use this guide to get your specific codec to work :).

First lets thank AREOS for his work on getting applehda working for idt in general!

Alright lets start first delete your existing applehda.kext from your extensions folder and use the one provided below:

http://rapidshare.co...pleHDA.kext.zip

download and install HDAenabler so AppleHDA will load :)

http://rapidshare.co...nabler.kext.zip

now to edit the kext...


Step 1: Codec device id

if your codec is different from the one provided by AREOS you must adjust the applehda binary, the controller plist and the platform plist. to do this you need your specific device id. so once you get your device id compare it with AREOS.

ex. AREOS device id = 0x111D76B0 my device id = 0x111D76B2

now u must convert this hex id to decimal form.

use osx calculator to do so. here is what i got:

ex. AREOS dev id (decimal) = 287143600 my dev id (decimal) = 287143602

Step 2: Edit Binary

ok to edit the apple hda binary u need to first download hexedit (a program for osx to edit binary files).

once you have downloaded hexedit open up your applehda.kext/contents/macos/applehda with it.

in the hex file there are two device ids you have to adjust

search the hex for �B0761D11�. you should find two instances of these hex numbers.

as you can notice the bytes are flipped ie. B0761D11 = 111D76B0

in the two instances you find in the binary, type in the appropriate device id for your card.

Step 3: Edit Platform Plist


Open AppleHDA.kext/contents/info.plist...

edit codecID so it is the device id (decimal form).

ex. CodecID = 2871433602

Step 4: Edit Controller Plist

Open AppleHDA.kext/contents/plugins/AppleHDAController.kext/contents/info.plist

Edit IOPCIPrimaryMatch with your HD audio controller.
Mine is Intel Audio Controller 0x293e8086

ex. IOPCIPrimaryMatch = 0x293e8086

Under HDAConfigDefault edit the codec id again (decimal form)

ex. CodecID = 2871433602

MAKE SURE TO USE HDAENABLER.KEXT NOT ALCINJECT SO APPLEHDA LOADS! :D



Heres were it can get difficult...

if your loaded applehda doesnt work after this you might have to fill in the ConfigData in your controller plist.

follow this guide: http://forum.insanel...howtopic=137188



Thanks to this guide mine is already working without editing PIN config. Below is my specs:
Thanks again!!!! :D

Kalyway 10.5.3
Codec Device ID = 0x111D7608 (IDT)
HD Audio Controller = 0x284b8086 (Intel 82801HBM ICH8M HDA Controller)

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somone help me pleease, im new to mac, i have n idea how it works, properly. and yeah. i need to get my sound working?? i have a dell studio 1735. and also um how do i get video working? cose its on like a defalt looking resalution (1024x768) and it wont change. yeahi have a ait mobility radein HD 3650 i think.

thhhhaaankyou :rolleyes: im like stressing out here

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Hello guys, I am having hard time finding Device ID. So I am using Windows 7, and under details tab, the hardware ids give me :

HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8384&DEV_7627&SUBSYS_80864001&REV_1002
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8384&DEV_7627&SUBSYS_80864001


Is my device id 111D7627?

I am using intel DG33tl mobo. The installation works fine. I tried dual booting with 7 and that works fine too.

The only issues i have with osx are my sound doesnt work, and dvd drive won't work.

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IDT APPLE HDA PATCH GUIDE

EDIT: NOV 18, 2008

EDIT: Sorry ive been away for very long :)! Looks like the community is making progress! I hope this guide has helped you guys :S i tried my best :P.

EDIT: pin config guide: http://forum.insanel...howtopic=137188


After months of waiting idt sound devices finally work in osx! Use this guide to get your specific codec to work ;).

First lets thank AREOS for his work on getting applehda working for idt in general!

Alright lets start first delete your existing applehda.kext from your extensions folder and use the one provided below:

http://rapidshare.co...pleHDA.kext.zip

download and install HDAenabler so AppleHDA will load :)

http://rapidshare.co...nabler.kext.zip

now to edit the kext...


Step 1: Codec device id

if your codec is different from the one provided by AREOS you must adjust the applehda binary, the controller plist and the platform plist. to do this you need your specific device id. so once you get your device id compare it with AREOS.

ex. AREOS device id = 0x111D76B0 my device id = 0x111D76B2

now u must convert this hex id to decimal form.

use osx calculator to do so. here is what i got:

ex. AREOS dev id (decimal) = 287143600 my dev id (decimal) = 287143602

Step 2: Edit Binary

ok to edit the apple hda binary u need to first download hexedit (a program for osx to edit binary files).

once you have downloaded hexedit open up your applehda.kext/contents/macos/applehda with it.

in the hex file there are two device ids you have to adjust

search the hex for �B0761D11�. you should find two instances of these hex numbers.

as you can notice the bytes are flipped ie. B0761D11 = 111D76B0

in the two instances you find in the binary, type in the appropriate device id for your card.

Step 3: Edit Platform Plist


Open AppleHDA.kext/contents/info.plist...

edit codecID so it is the device id (decimal form).

ex. CodecID = 2871433602

Step 4: Edit Controller Plist

Open AppleHDA.kext/contents/plugins/AppleHDAController.kext/contents/info.plist

Edit IOPCIPrimaryMatch with your HD audio controller.
Mine is Intel Audio Controller 0x293e8086

ex. IOPCIPrimaryMatch = 0x293e8086

Under HDAConfigDefault edit the codec id again (decimal form)

ex. CodecID = 2871433602

MAKE SURE TO USE HDAENABLER.KEXT NOT ALCINJECT SO APPLEHDA LOADS! :D



Heres were it can get difficult...

if your loaded applehda doesnt work after this you might have to fill in the ConfigData in your controller plist.

follow this guide: http://forum.insanel...howtopic=137188


Hey I was wondering if anyone could help me with my audio. I am new to mac so i don't really understand much of what the guide is trying to get me to do. I do know my device id and pin configuration though

0x111D7685

<00a71c1f 00a71d40 00a71e21 00a71f04 00b71c20 00b71d10 00b71e21 00b71f04 00c71c30 00c71d90 00c71ea1 00c71f04 00d71c40 00d71d60 00d71e21 00d71f04 00e71c10 00e71d01 00e71e17 00e71f90 00f71cf0 00f71d01 00f71e00 00f71f40 01071cf0 01071d01 01071e00 01071f40 01171cf0 01171d01 01171e00 01171f40 01271cf0 01271d01 01271e00 01271f40 01371c3e 01371d01 01371ea6 01371f90 01471cf0 01471d01 01471e00 01471f40 02271cf0 02271d01 02271e00 02271f40 02371cb0 02371d01 02371e46 02371f90 02471cf0 02471d01 02471e00 02471f40>

aside from that i really don't know how to put everything together. Can anyone help me?

P.S. The laptop is a new alienware m17x with idt audio and im running SL. Maybe this info helps im not sure.

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what does he mean by this

"in the two instances you find in the binary, type in the appropriate device id for your card."

type in your appropriate device id what does he mean by that????

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Hey I was wondering if anyone could help me with my audio. I am new to mac so i don't really understand much of what the guide is trying to get me to do. I do know my device id and pin configuration though

0x111D7685

<00a71c1f 00a71d40 00a71e21 00a71f04 00b71c20 00b71d10 00b71e21 00b71f04 00c71c30 00c71d90 00c71ea1 00c71f04 00d71c40 00d71d60 00d71e21 00d71f04 00e71c10 00e71d01 00e71e17 00e71f90 00f71cf0 00f71d01 00f71e00 00f71f40 01071cf0 01071d01 01071e00 01071f40 01171cf0 01171d01 01171e00 01171f40 01271cf0 01271d01 01271e00 01271f40 01371c3e 01371d01 01371ea6 01371f90 01471cf0 01471d01 01471e00 01471f40 02271cf0 02271d01 02271e00 02271f40 02371cb0 02371d01 02371e46 02371f90 02471cf0 02471d01 02471e00 02471f40>

aside from that i really don't know how to put everything together. Can anyone help me?

P.S. The laptop is a new alienware m17x with idt audio and im running SL. Maybe this info helps im not sure.


I have an Alienware M17x myself... I don't know how to do the pin configuration but I can help you with the rest... for example, your device ID is is incorrect. It is 0x111D7675... But even after doing everything correctly, I have no sound and no sound icon... I'm going to go back to Windows and re-verify my HDA controller... I think I just figured out my mistake.

EDIT: I am totally baffled... I'm guessing there is zero support for this chip at this time... VoodooHDA is going to be it. I tried the 0ac010de, 0ac110de, 0ac210de, and 0ac310de for the PCI subsystems and it didn't work... then I tried the even more unlikely dell 02a11028 and that didn't work. The enabler loads but it doesn't seem to detect anything.

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i have a studio 1737, i'm working on getting sound and video working,
Intel High Definition Audio:

Device ID: 0x1117675

if someone could please post or send me a kext for this device that would be greatly appreciated.



I have a Dell XPS 16 with an IDT 92hd73c1. Device ID 0x10280272. Please help, i can't get it to work



Hi Guys

I have tried all the kexts to get the audio to work and still no joy.

I have a dell studio 1535 and i know the IDT audio is a pain on this.

would anyone be able to give me some help?

If you can what info would you need from me?

Cheers for your help

Alex

Just a quick update! I have sound through the middle 3.5mm jack so must be something there, all i need is sound through the speakers!!!



somone help me pleease, im new to mac, i have n idea how it works, properly. and yeah. i need to get my sound working?? i have a dell studio 1735. and also um how do i get video working? cose its on like a defalt looking resalution (1024x768) and it wont change. yeahi have a ait mobility radein HD 3650 i think.

thhhhaaankyou :) im like stressing out here



Sorry to say but I think all of us running the IDT 92HD73C1** chips are out of luck... that's pretty much all newer Dell and Alienware laptops. :/ I've tried everything and I can't get audio out of these chips. Unless you count that slop that comes from VoodooHDA (I'd rather have NO sound).

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I'm hoping someone is still hanging around this thread who is good at tinkering with these kexts. I have two separate versions of the AppleHDA.kext and Enabler kexts. One pair works with internal microphone support, but the sound quality from the speakers is really bad. The other group works with great sound from the speakers, but does not recognize the internal microphone.

I am working on a Dell Studio 1735, with OSX version 10.5.8.

I'll attach both groups of kexts, just in case someone more competent than myself feels like tweaking these to get it working. Either add the ability to run the mic to the group with good audio quality, or improve the audio quality of the group that sounds bad and has mic support.

Thanks!

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Sorry to say but I think all of us running the IDT 92HD73C1** chips are out of luck... that's pretty much all newer Dell and Alienware laptops. :/ I've tried everything and I can't get audio out of these chips. Unless you count that slop that comes from VoodooHDA (I'd rather have NO sound).



Check out my post below yours. I have a couple sets of kexts that work fairly well. Each has its bonuses. One set has great sound output, but no internal mic support. The other set has internal mic support, but the sound quality is questionable. I'm pretty sure I'm running the same sound card as you, I'd give them a try.

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i got an hp dv7 1016 and the sound doesnt work how did u get urs to work

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Check out my post below yours. I have a couple sets of kexts that work fairly well. Each has its bonuses. One set has great sound output, but no internal mic support. The other set has internal mic support, but the sound quality is questionable. I'm pretty sure I'm running the same sound card as you, I'd give them a try.


Nope. Neither worked. No audio after installing the kexts. Not even a volume control icon. This is on 10.5.8

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I just downloaded Jaysonz's AppleHDA.kext and installed it using kexthelper, and everything works now, headphones and sound.

My audio is
00:1b.0 Audio device [0403]: Intel Corporation 82801I (ICH9 Family) HD Audio Controller [8086:293e] (rev 03)

Thank you JaysonZ -_-

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Nope. Neither worked. No audio after installing the kexts. Not even a volume control icon. This is on 10.5.8


I'm in the same boat as you, but I did get the Graphics to work. Here the post for that:

http://www.insanelym...p;#entry1414145

It's post #11

But sound still very much sucks.





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