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Successful installed Snow Leopard on ZOTAC ZBOX HD-22 Mini PC using Retail DVD + iBoot loader and Mac OS X 10.6.4 Combo update


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Not all version of #####, I don't think. I used one of the latest version and it did not work. And there are others who were not able to replicate the install process, with or without -x option. I ended up using other indirect methods for installation.

Wish you or Lai would be kind enough to reveal the version of ##### you used.


Which version of ##### did you use for the installation ? Can you upload your version? ##### freezes after few secondes, or I get a kernel panic on Apple logo.

Thanks for your help
(I'm french, sorry for my english)

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The graphics hardware is capable of dual screen - confirmed under Windows. Have not tried it under Snow Leopard yet.

Dual screen confirmed under Snow Leapard 10.6.6 - one from DVI output and one from HDMI output.

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Hi GinGout,
Great to hear you have dual screen working, could you post your NVCAP, those numbers I posted previously, they can be found in ioreg under your graphics card. They need to be tweaked for dual monitor, hot plugging etc, but looks like you have them sorted already!
The airport card is a BCM4321. I do think the original card really was pretty bad.
Can't find the exact website but see here for disassembly, and the card is a normal height mini pcie card. Also a spare slot next door.
I've used ##### 2.6 a couple of times now trying different versions of snow leopard.
Still no luck with VoodooHDA, like AppleHDA it attaches an IOaudiostream but no sound.
The usb issues are fixed when turning off support for legacy devices at boot, ytou only need this on if you are going to boot from a usb drive.

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When I use ##### 2.6, I have a strange image, and if I press F5, the display deteriorates further. Finally, if I eject #####, insert snow leopard and press F5, ##### freezes.

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Great to hear you have dual screen working, could you post your NVCAP, those numbers I posted previously, they can be found in ioreg under your graphics card. They need to be tweaked for dual monitor, hot plugging etc, but looks like you have them sorted already!

Can't say I did anything to get dual screen working, and hot plugging certainly not tested.

It just works with Chameleon RC4-AsereBLN-1.1.9 boot file, with no modification to the graphics portion of my dsdt. I tried various versions of RC5 but all resulted in fixed resolution of the display.

The airport card is a BCM4321. I do think the original card really was pretty bad.

I will stick with it for the moment, but with the Broadcom the zbox can run at 64-bit instead of 32-bit.

I've used ##### 2.6 a couple of times now trying different versions of snow leopard.

Gave up after repeated failures to install with ##### 2.5.2 and ##### 2.5.3

There are quite a few others who have not been able to replicate what you and Lai did, so maybe you can write up more detail instructions to help them.

Still no luck with VoodooHDA, like AppleHDA it attaches an IOaudiostream but no sound.

I suspect it would one of the NVCAP numbers, to enable the sound pass through. Wish you luck cracking it.

The usb issues are fixed when turning off support for legacy devices at boot, ytou only need this on if you are going to boot from a usb drive.

Well will not be able to multi-boot using usb keyboard to choose the OS to boot.

I presume usb mouse and keyboard work after boot up?

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Hi GInGout
Try "ioreg -lw0 | grep NVCAP" to get the info. I have tried examining the state of various registers in linux and osx under VHDA and AHDA and they all seem to match unfortunately, so it could be a NVCAP issue - it would be good to see the NVCAP on the macmin4,1 or the Imac10,1 9400M.
You can always reenable legacy device support and change os boot with f8 to run linux or win7, but have osx as quiet boot when needed.
I suspect the problem people are having relates to BIOS settings.
Surcouf35,
try booting with -v option to see what the kernel panic is all about, I may be able to help.

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Can't find the exact website but see here for disassembly, and the card is a normal height mini pcie card. Also a spare slot next door.

Found it here!

This little zbox received the TechReport Editor's Choice, August 2010

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Try "ioreg -lw0 | grep NVCAP" to get the info. I have tried examining the state of various registers in linux and osx under

Here it is -> "NVCAP" = <04000000000003000c0000000000000a00000000>

VHDA and AHDA and they all seem to match unfortunately, so it could be a NVCAP issue

And HDMI sound coming out of linux when the registers match?

You can always reenable legacy device support and change os boot with f8 to run linux or win7, but have osx as quiet boot when needed.

Still hoping to solve it via dsdt.

On my Wind U100plus which does not have device removal problem, using ioreg explorer, I found the AAPL,current-in-sleep values to be 0x3e8 for UHC ports and 0xfa0 for EHC ports (instead of 0xbb8). I tried to inject these values via dsdt but failed - I must admit that I am not very good modding dsdt. Need to read up on the syntax and meaning of the DSDT statements. Know any good resources?

I suspect the problem people are having relates to BIOS settings.

I will burn an ##### 2.6 and try it out on a new hard drive, to be acquired real soon now. :thumbsup_anim:

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For DSDT this post is excellent http://www.insanelym...p...3938&st=199

I have HDMI Audio on my MSI GX620 via NVEnabler64 and voodooHDA so I'm going to try that route again - I think I might have just got lucky with it though!

Audio comes out of Ubuntu 10.10 no problems, It is possible to mess around with the codec using hda-verb and I've found 3 ways to silence the stream and reenable it on linux. Trying the same thing with reggie_se on OSX unfortunately no go.

It's a great box, I'm planning to use it to run a few simple graphics based / network programs and the small form factor is excellent.

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I suspect the problem people are having relates to BIOS settings.
Surcouf35,
try booting with -v option to see what the kernel panic is all about, I may be able to help.

The problem is that I can't bring up the icon of the installation CD. It crashes before. However, I also suspect a problem relates to BIOS settings, what are your settings ? Can you discribe or give more detail instructions to help us to install Snow leopard ?
Thanks.

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For DSDT this post is excellent http://www.insanelym...p...3938&st=199

Fairly good, but I think the 500 pages manual would be needed to understand how to modify dsdt, instead of googling and cutting and pasting.

Any idea where a soft copy can be found?

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The problem is that I can't bring up the icon of the installation CD. It crashes before. However, I also suspect a problem relates to BIOS settings, what are your settings ? Can you discribe or give more detail instructions to help us to install Snow leopard ?

I burned ##### 2.6 and tried the reportedly successful install method, but came up with result similar to yours.

I suspect this is more a problem of the DVD hardware used than BIOS settings. When I hit the F5 key to rescan for the installation DVD I can see the LED of the DVD blinked for a second, but Chameleon failed to see it.

Are you using genuine APPLE installation DVD?

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Hi GInGout,
http://www.acpi.info for dsdt info.
Here is a copy of Reggie_SE someone posted on the web.
http://www.mediafire.com/?fvulcndwlh3
Reggie_SE must be run in 32bit mode.
I've installed via 10.6.3 vanilla install disk, but also from a usb stick (usb stick must be in fullspeed not highspeed).
I'm pretty sure my bios settings are optimised and then just AHCI + fullspeed.
To consistently boot to the install screen with a USB stick I have to move the files from my Extra folder to the Extra folder of the USB stick (namely dsdt.aml, extensions.mkext and smbios.plist) they may not all be required but I haven't tried other combinations. You can get these from one of my previous posts. Fire up ##### and then chose the usb stick should work.

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I have HDMI Audio on my MSI GX620 via NVEnabler64 and voodooHDA so I'm going to try that route again - I think I might have just got lucky with it though!

Audio comes out of Ubuntu 10.10 no problems, It is possible to mess around with the codec using hda-verb and I've found 3 ways to silence the stream and reenable it on linux. Trying the same thing with reggie_se on OSX unfortunately no go.

I have been testing with minimal edits to the factory dsdt to find out how stable the system is with the least number of kexts. Have had no problem putting the machine to sleep and waking it up multiple times (watching the zbox's system fan spinning down/up and LEDs turning on/off to confirm its status, confirmed via console diagnostic messages) using keyboard/mouse.

However once I enabled sound with VoodooHDA (versions 2.5.3, 2.5.6 and 2.7.2) I was able to wake up the box only once. The box would hang when put to sleep a second time.

BTW sound level through the analog output was lower after waking up but it can be corrected to normal volume by adjusting the volume up and down.

At this point in time I think the best way to get both audio codecs, ALC888 and Nvidia HDMI, is via dsdt injection with bin-hacked AppleHDA. See the following for inspiration :-

tmongkol's excellent article

Wish I have more knowledge regarding dsdt. :D

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Great to hear you have dual screen working

BTW I think display A is DVI and display B is HDMI

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I feel like a bit of an idiot, when I edited my DSDT I forgot to include the display-cfg for the 2 displays, so no surprise that only one display was being recognised! (As an aside you have to boot with IGPU set to 512M with 2 displays attached or you get a KP)

Here is a program to interact with the loaded codecs (with either AHDA or VHDA running) to see what values you can find or alter to get hdmi sound.

It just uses Reggie to send commands, to avoid having to enter user password all the time its best run with sudo
ie if you install CodecVerb on the Desktop, open a terminal window and type
sudo ~/Desktop/CodecVerb.app/Contents/MacOS/CodecVerb and enter your password. Obviously Reggie_SE needs to be installed with CHUD installer or Xcode.
It is set with default values for checking Node 0 of our Nvidia Codec, but should work on all machines.

It still think it is likely we don't have the correct NVCAP.

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I feel like a bit of an idiot, when I edited my DSDT I forgot to include the display-cfg for the 2 displays, so no surprise that only one display was being recognised! (As an aside you have to boot with IGPU set to 512M with 2 displays attached or you get a KP)

You will have to edit your previous post to update your Extra.zip

I think setting iGPU to 512M is probably a good idea even with single display, unless there is not enough RAM.

It still think it is likely we don't have the correct NVCAP.

You are probably right with your experience hacking HDA.

I think you will have the problem resolved real soon now.

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Looking at the Nvidia/Realtek audio codec I'm pretty sure the audio side of HDMI audio is working.
This means the culprit is probably the nvidia drivers, matching these better to 320M or the iMac10,1 is probably the key.
Looking at the apple discussion forums there are a lot of people with hdmi audio isssues, so it might be slow progress.

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Looking at the Nvidia/Realtek audio codec I'm pretty sure the audio side of HDMI audio is working.
This means the culprit is probably the nvidia drivers, matching these better to 320M or the iMac10,1 is probably the key.
Looking at the apple discussion forums there are a lot of people with hdmi audio isssues, so it might be slow progress.

Extracted some information from Windoze 7 registry :-

The Nvidia HDMI codec at 10de:0007 has 20 verbs -

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000]
"DisableSetupDiChangeState"=hex:00,00,00,00
"InfPath"="oem3.inf"
"IncludedInfs"=hex(7):6b,00,73,00,2e,00,69,00,6e,00,66,00,00,00,77,00,64,00,6d,\
  00,61,00,75,00,64,00,69,00,6f,00,2e,00,69,00,6e,00,66,00,00,00,00,00
"InfSection"="NVHDA64VAPO"
"ProviderName"="NVIDIA Corporation"
"DriverDateData"=hex:00,c0,5c,e9,61,62,ca,01
"DriverDate"="11-11-2009"
"DriverVersion"="1.0.0.63"
"MatchingDeviceId"="hdaudio\\func_01&ven_10de&dev_0007"
"DriverDesc"="NVIDIA High Definition Audio"
"KS"="1"
"CoInstallers32"=hex(7):6e,00,76,00,63,00,6f,00,68,00,64,00,61,00,36,00,2e,00,\
  64,00,6c,00,6c,00,2c,00,4e,00,56,00,43,00,6f,00,49,00,6e,00,73,00,74,00,61,\
  00,6c,00,6c,00,65,00,72,00,00,00,00,00
"AssociatedFilters"="wdmaud,swmidi,redbook"
"Driver"="nvhda64v.sys"
"EnumPropPages32"="nvhdap64.dll,NvHDAPropPageProvider"
"SetupPreferredAudioDevices"=hex:01,00,00,00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000\GlobalSettings]
"DcOffsetWorkaround"=hex:01,00,00,00
"ResetAudioFgOnStart"=hex:01,00,00,00
"SysAudioTopoMiniportWorkaround"=hex:01,00,00,00
"ValidateCodecWrites"=hex:00,00,00,00
"SendFakePcxCfgDefVerbs"=hex:00,00,00,00
"SpdifOutputEchosRearRenderWhenNoAc3"=hex:01,00,00,00
"HpShutsOffRearSpeaker"=hex:00,00,00,00
"HpMode"=hex:01,00,00,00
"EnableDynamicDevices"=hex:01,00,00,00
"SetSpdifVCfg"=hex:01,00,00,00
"EnableWaveRT"=hex:01,00,00,00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000\GlobalSettings\SpdifIn]
"SpdifInputBitDepth"=hex:00,00,00,00
"SpdifInputSampleRate"=hex:01,00,00,00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000\GlobalSettings\SpdifOut]
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedSampleRates44100"=hex:00,00,00,00
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedSampleRates48000"=hex:01,00,00,00
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedSampleRates96000"=hex:00,00,00,00
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedBitDepths16"=hex:01,00,00,00
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedBitDepths20"=hex:00,00,00,00
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedBitDepths24"=hex:00,00,00,00
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedBitDepths32"=hex:00,00,00,00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000\PinConfigOverrideVerbs]
"0000"=hex:10,1c,57,00
"0001"=hex:01,1d,57,00
"0002"=hex:56,1e,57,00
"0003"=hex:18,1f,57,00
"0004"=hex:21,1c,77,00
"0005"=hex:01,1d,77,00
"0006"=hex:56,1e,77,00
"0007"=hex:58,1f,77,00
"0008"=hex:22,1c,97,00
"0009"=hex:01,1d,97,00
"0010"=hex:56,1e,97,00
"0011"=hex:58,1f,97,00
"0012"=hex:23,1c,b7,00
"0013"=hex:01,1d,b7,00
"0014"=hex:56,1e,b7,00
"0015"=hex:58,1f,b7,00
"0016"=hex:24,1c,d7,00
"0017"=hex:01,1d,d7,00
"0018"=hex:56,1e,d7,00
"0019"=hex:58,1f,d7,00
"NumVerbs"=hex:14,00,00,00
The Realtek codec at 10de:0888 has 48 verbs -

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0001]
"DisableSetupDiChangeState"=hex:00,00,00,00
"InfPath"="oem2.inf"
"IncludedInfs"=hex(7):6b,00,73,00,2e,00,69,00,6e,00,66,00,00,00,77,00,64,00,6d,\
  00,61,00,75,00,64,00,69,00,6f,00,2e,00,69,00,6e,00,66,00,00,00,00,00
"InfSection"="IntcAzAudModel"
"ProviderName"="Realtek Semiconductor Corp."
"DriverDateData"=hex:00,80,76,44,4b,cc,c9,01
"DriverDate"="5-4-2009"
"DriverVersion"="6.0.1.5845"
"MatchingDeviceId"="hdaudio\\func_01&ven_10ec&dev_0888"
"DriverDesc"="Realtek High Definition Audio"
"KS"="1"
"CoInstallers32"=hex(7):52,00,43,00,6f,00,49,00,6e,00,73,00,74,00,36,00,34,00,\
  2e,00,64,00,6c,00,6c,00,2c,00,52,00,74,00,6b,00,43,00,6f,00,49,00,6e,00,73,\
  00,74,00,61,00,6c,00,6c,00,65,00,72,00,00,00,00,00
"AssociatedFilters"="wdmaud,swmidi,redbook"
"Driver"="RTKVHD64.sys"
"SetupPreferredAudioDevices"=hex:01,00,00,00
"InfSectionExt"=".NTAMD64"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0001\GlobalSettings]
"DcOffsetWorkaround"=hex:01,00,00,00
"ResetAudioFgOnStart"=hex:01,00,00,00
"SysAudioTopoMiniportWorkaround"=hex:01,00,00,00
"ValidateCodecWrites"=hex:00,00,00,00
"SendFakePcxCfgDefVerbs"=hex:00,00,00,00
"SpdifOutputEchosRearRenderWhenNoAc3"=hex:01,00,00,00
"HpShutsOffRearSpeaker"=hex:00,00,00,00
"HpMode"=hex:01,00,00,00
"EnableDynamicDevices"=hex:01,00,00,00
"SetSpdifVCfg"=hex:01,00,00,00
"EnableWaveRT"=hex:01,00,00,00
"CenterLfeSwap"=hex:00,00,00,00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0001\GlobalSettings\SpdifIn]
"SpdifInputBitDepth"=hex:00,00,00,00
"SpdifInputSampleRate"=hex:01,00,00,00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0001\GlobalSettings\SpdifOut]
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedSampleRates44100"=hex:00,00,00,00
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedSampleRates48000"=hex:01,00,00,00
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedSampleRates96000"=hex:00,00,00,00
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedBitDepths16"=hex:01,00,00,00
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedBitDepths20"=hex:00,00,00,00
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedBitDepths24"=hex:00,00,00,00
"ExternalSpdifReceiverSupportedBitDepths32"=hex:00,00,00,00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0001\PinConfigOverrideVerbs]
"0000"=hex:10,1c,47,01
"0001"=hex:40,1d,47,01
"0002"=hex:01,1e,47,01
"0003"=hex:01,1f,47,01
"0004"=hex:f0,1c,57,01
"0005"=hex:11,1d,57,01
"0006"=hex:11,1e,57,01
"0007"=hex:41,1f,57,01
"0008"=hex:f0,1c,67,01
"0009"=hex:11,1d,67,01
"0010"=hex:11,1e,67,01
"0011"=hex:41,1f,67,01
"0012"=hex:f0,1c,77,01
"0013"=hex:11,1d,77,01
"0014"=hex:11,1e,77,01
"0015"=hex:41,1f,77,01
"0016"=hex:40,1c,87,01
"0017"=hex:98,1d,87,01
"0018"=hex:a1,1e,87,01
"0019"=hex:01,1f,87,01
"0020"=hex:50,1c,97,01
"0021"=hex:9c,1d,97,01
"0022"=hex:a1,1e,97,01
"0023"=hex:02,1f,97,01
"0024"=hex:f0,1c,a7,01
"0025"=hex:11,1d,a7,01
"0026"=hex:11,1e,a7,01
"0027"=hex:41,1f,a7,01
"0028"=hex:20,1c,b7,01
"0029"=hex:4c,1d,b7,01
"0030"=hex:01,1e,b7,01
"0031"=hex:02,1f,b7,01
"0032"=hex:f0,1c,c7,01
"0033"=hex:11,1d,c7,01
"0034"=hex:11,1e,c7,01
"0035"=hex:41,1f,c7,01
"0036"=hex:01,1c,d7,01
"0037"=hex:c6,1d,d7,01
"0038"=hex:04,1e,d7,01
"0039"=hex:40,1f,d7,01
"0040"=hex:30,1c,e7,01
"0041"=hex:11,1d,e7,01
"0042"=hex:44,1e,e7,01
"0043"=hex:01,1f,e7,01
"0044"=hex:f0,1c,f7,01
"0045"=hex:11,1d,f7,01
"0046"=hex:11,1e,f7,01
"0047"=hex:41,1f,f7,01
"NumVerbs"=hex:30,00,00,00
Would modding info.plist of VoodooHDA be easier?

I am attaching a quick and dirty perl script to do byte flipping. It works quite well standalone or under TextWrangler, especially together with Macgirl's AppleHDA to/from pinconfig perl scripts.

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The Nvidia HDMI codec at 10de:0007 has 20 verbs, byte flipped :-

00571c10 00571d01 00571e56 00571f18
00771c21 00771d01 00771e56 00771f58
00971c22 00971d01 00971e56 00971f58
00b71c23 00b71d01 00b71e56 00b71f58
00d71c24 00d71d01 00d71e56 00d71f58

With the following meaning, courtesy of Macgirl;s script :-

0 05 71c 1 0 node 5 association 1 sequence 0
0 05 71d 0 1 node 5 Color Unknown Misc Reserved
0 05 71e 5 6 node 5 Digital Out Other Digital
0 05 71f 1 8 node 5 port 1 Location 8

0 07 71c 2 1 node 7 association 2 sequence 1
0 07 71d 0 1 node 7 Color Unknown Misc Reserved
0 07 71e 5 6 node 7 Digital Out Other Digital
0 07 71f 5 8 node 7 port 5 Location 8

0 09 71c 2 2 node 9 association 2 sequence 2
0 09 71d 0 1 node 9 Color Unknown Misc Reserved
0 09 71e 5 6 node 9 Digital Out Other Digital
0 09 71f 5 8 node 9 port 5 Location 8

0 0b 71c 2 3 node 11 association 2 sequence 3
0 0b 71d 0 1 node 11 Color Unknown Misc Reserved
0 0b 71e 5 6 node 11 Digital Out Other Digital
0 0b 71f 5 8 node 11 port 5 Location 8

0 0d 71c 2 4 node 13 association 2 sequence 4
0 0d 71d 0 1 node 13 Color Unknown Misc Reserved
0 0d 71e 5 6 node 13 Digital Out Other Digital
0 0d 71f 5 8 node 13 port 5 Location 8


The Realtek codec at 10de:0888 has 48 verbs -

01471c10 01471d40 01471e01 01471f01
01571cf0 01571d11 01571e11 01571f41
01671cf0 01671d11 01671e11 01671f41
01771cf0 01771d11 01771e11 01771f41
01871c40 01871d98 01871ea1 01871f01
01971c50 01971d9c 01971ea1 01971f02
01a71cf0 01a71d11 01a71e11 01a71f41
01b71c20 01b71d4c 01b71e01 01b71f02
01c71cf0 01c71d11 01c71e11 01c71f41
01d71c01 01d71dc6 01d71e04 01d71f40
01e71c30 01e71d11 01e71e44 01e71f01
01f71cf0 01f71d11 01f71e11 01f71f41

With the following meaning, again courtesy of Macgirl's script :-

0 14 71c 1 0 node 20 association 1 sequence 0
0 14 71d 4 0 node 20 Green Jack Detect Override
0 14 71e 0 1 node 20 Line Out 1/8" stereo
0 14 71f 0 1 node 20 port 0 Location 1

0 15 71c f 0 node 21 association f sequence 0
0 15 71d 1 1 node 21 Black Misc Reserved
0 15 71e 1 1 node 21 Speaker 1/8" stereo
0 15 71f 4 1 node 21 port 4 Location 1

0 16 71c f 0 node 22 association f sequence 0
0 16 71d 1 1 node 22 Black Misc Reserved
0 16 71e 1 1 node 22 Speaker 1/8" stereo
0 16 71f 4 1 node 22 port 4 Location 1

0 17 71c f 0 node 23 association f sequence 0
0 17 71d 1 1 node 23 Black Misc Reserved
0 17 71e 1 1 node 23 Speaker 1/8" stereo
0 17 71f 4 1 node 23 port 4 Location 1

0 18 71c 4 0 node 24 association 4 sequence 0
0 18 71d 9 8 node 24 Pink misc 8
0 18 71e a 1 node 24 Mic In 1/8" stereo
0 18 71f 0 1 node 24 port 0 Location 1

0 19 71c 5 0 node 25 association 5 sequence 0
0 19 71d 9 c node 25 Pink misc c
0 19 71e a 1 node 25 Mic In 1/8" stereo
0 19 71f 0 2 node 25 port 0 Location 2

0 1a 71c f 0 node 26 association f sequence 0
0 1a 71d 1 1 node 26 Black Misc Reserved
0 1a 71e 1 1 node 26 Speaker 1/8" stereo
0 1a 71f 4 1 node 26 port 4 Location 1

0 1b 71c 2 0 node 27 association 2 sequence 0
0 1b 71d 4 c node 27 Green misc c
0 1b 71e 0 1 node 27 Line Out 1/8" stereo
0 1b 71f 0 2 node 27 port 0 Location 2

0 1c 71c f 0 node 28 association f sequence 0
0 1c 71d 1 1 node 28 Black Misc Reserved
0 1c 71e 1 1 node 28 Speaker 1/8" stereo
0 1c 71f 4 1 node 28 port 4 Location 1

0 1d 71c 0 1 node 29 association 0 sequence 1
0 1d 71d c 6 node 29 Color Reserved misc 6
0 1d 71e 0 4 node 29 Line Out RCA
0 1d 71f 4 0 node 29 port 4 Location 0

0 1e 71c 3 0 node 30 association 3 sequence 0
0 1e 71d 1 1 node 30 Black Misc Reserved
0 1e 71e 4 4 node 30 SPDIF OUT RCA
0 1e 71f 0 1 node 30 port 0 Location 1

0 1f 71c f 0 node 31 association f sequence 0
0 1f 71d 1 1 node 31 Black Misc Reserved
0 1f 71e 1 1 node 31 Speaker 1/8" stereo
0 1f 71f 4 1 node 31 port 4 Location 1





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