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I had a beautiful Snow Leopard hackintosh going on my old intel dg33tl mobo but I'm upgrading to a 570GTX so I upgraded to Lion.

I got it all installed, somehow renabled the ethernet and the older 9800gtx+ I have in there is working fine for now. My issue is the audio. I'm using ##### 3.8 and sometimes after I run the system utilities and the audio rollback things from it, the audio starts working. And then it seems like everytime I restart the audio is sort of there during the boot, but disables itself when Lion is fully booted.

I really didn't want Lion but couldn't find any support for the GeForce 570s in Snow Leopard... But if anyone could give me a hand with getting the audio renabled, that would be great!

I've seen other messages that people have this board working in Lion, but I can't seem to find any posts about how they got the audio back.

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I had a beautiful Snow Leopard hackintosh going on my old intel dg33tl mobo but I'm upgrading to a 570GTX so I upgraded to Lion.

I got it all installed, somehow renabled the ethernet and the older 9800gtx+ I have in there is working fine for now. My issue is the audio. I'm using ##### 3.8 and sometimes after I run the system utilities and the audio rollback things from it, the audio starts working. And then it seems like everytime I restart the audio is sort of there during the boot, but disables itself when Lion is fully booted.

I really didn't want Lion but couldn't find any support for the GeForce 570s in Snow Leopard... But if anyone could give me a hand with getting the audio renabled, that would be great!

I've seen other messages that people have this board working in Lion, but I can't seem to find any posts about how they got the audio back.


Users of real Macs have this issue too - losing sound randomly - seems to have to do with AppleHDA ( I use vodoo and don't have the issue at all , or better : not happened yet, who knows ..)

coreaudio is going mad in Lion as it seems.

try : sudo killall coreaudiod to restart the daemon, resetting sound.

this guy blogs about it :audio issues in lion

and this guy created an app to fix it :audio fix dmg

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Users of real Macs have this issue too - losing sound randomly - seems to have to do with AppleHDA ( I use vodoo and don't have the issue at all , or better : not happened yet, who knows ..)

coreaudio is going mad in Lion as it seems.

try : sudo killall coreaudiod to restart the daemon, resetting sound.

this guy blogs about it :audio issues in lion

and this guy created an app to fix it :audio fix dmg



Interesting!

But it doesn't seem to help me. I've now reinstalled Lion like 4 times and each time I'll get the audio working with ##### and chimera. And then the next reboot it will be gone. I tried the app that guy made and the sudo command but it says no matching processes found.

I've been running voodoo 0.2.1 with teh HDA rollback to see if I can't get it running again.

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I would love to find a resolution for this...I resolved to buying an $8 USB audio adapter, but it would be nice to not have to use it if at all possible!

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Got it figured out, head over here: http://whatthetech.i...el-dg33tl-again





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