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Here is the PinConfig


<01971C40 01971D40 01971E21 01971F04 01A71C30 01A71D90 01A71EA1 01A71F04 01B71CF0 01B71D01 01B71E00 01B71F40 01C71CF0 01C71D01 01C71E00 01C71F40 01D71CF0 01D71D01 01D71E00 01D71F40 01E71CF0 01E71D01 01E71E00 01E71F40 01F71C10 01F71D01 01F71E17 01F71F92 02071CF0 02071D01 02071E00 02071F40 02271CF0 02271D01 02271E00 02271F40 02371C50 02371D01 02371EA7 02371F95>



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If you can find out what codec it uses, things will get much easier. It should be alcxxx. Unfortunately I don't know of an easy to find this out. This is from Realtek's own support page

Q4: How do I determine which model of Realtek chip is on my board?

A4: You will find this information from the user's manual, but if it is lost or not available, the simplest way is to remove the board and check the chip part number directly.



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try this app for info hardware: Attached File  DPCIManager.app.zip   228.57KB   20 downloads

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If you can find out what codec it uses, things will get much easier. It should be alcxxx. Unfortunately I don't know of an easy to find this out. This is from Realtek's own support page

Q4: How do I determine which model of Realtek chip is on my board?
A4: You will find this information from the user's manual, but if it is lost or not available, the simplest way is to remove the board and check the chip part number directly.


Thats exactly what i am trying to do, but i cant find the codec and dont know the way of finding it as i am on a laptop

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try this app for info hardware: Attached File  DPCIManager.app.zip   228.57KB   20 downloads


This app is not even showing my onBoard Audio Conexant 14f1. Its only showing HDMI Audio kext.

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Here is the codec dump for my conexant from Linux

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ok, voodoo it's gotta be. you can check out the projextOSX development page for more info and maybe additional help on getting it working. http://www.projectos...pic=355&st=1080

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Got sound working with AppleHDA patch.

All thanks to Joshhh, helped me alot. He is a real Champ.

I am attaching dsdt and AppleHDA.





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