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No Audio support in OS X 10.7, how to modify kernel

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Hey, I need little help here. I Installed Mac OS X (Niresh's Lion) on my P5KPL AM/PS with Core2Duo, 3Gb, G31Chipset graphic. But it hasn't taken the Audio drivers, on installing, it says you need to compile the kernal to add audio support!! Can you please guide?"

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Don't touch your kernel or compile anything. Either find out what audio codec you have and if it's realtek, you can use appropriate patched AppleHDA, or use VoodooHDA and remove the original AppleHDA. Use the search feature and/or google first if you have question as the answers and many different tutorials are available.





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