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Hi,
I found an applehda.kext that make works my idt audio card (I used voodoohda that works fine but causes me random kernel panics and I had to delete it). Now with applehda sound works fine but when I resume the system from sleep the audio disappears until I reboot system.
I read that it's a known problem but I didn't uderstand if a solution exists to solve this problem.

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You may need to patch the HDEF device in your DSDT

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thanks. is there a guide to do this?

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You may need to patch the HDEF device in your DSDT

I've patched HDEF device in my dsdt
but it didn't work .
Do you have some ideas about it ?

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I've patched HDEF device in my dsdt
but it didn't work .
Do you have some ideas about it ?


same problem....

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I need a solution to this problem as well. Anyone come up with any ideas yet?

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copy past this in terminal app and see if this script activate your sound after sleep, if this is ok you cam make this exec, or a Apple Script , or a launch daemon with sleep watcher, or with lingom app



#!/bin/bash

sudo kextload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext

sleep 1

Killall Terminal

sleep1


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copy past this in terminal app and see if this script activate your sound after sleep, if this is ok you cam make this exec, or a Apple Script , or a launch daemon with sleep watcher, or with lingom app



#!/bin/bash
sudo kextload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext
sleep 1
Killall Terminal
sleep1


Tried using the commands, copying an pasting each individual line and it doesn't work. Any other suggestions?





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