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[NEED HELP] Failing to patch Apple HDA for ALC 269

AppleHDA ALC269 dsdt without codec dump Asus T101 MT Mountain Lion 10.8.2

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Hello, guys! Everybody's fine?

I've been trying these days the dsdt way aiming at get rid of the most legacy kexts i can. For a couple of days now, i've been unsuccessfully trying to make AppleHDA load with my ALC 269 so i can stop using VoodooHDA.

Tried some methods for AppleHDA patching i learnt here on insanelymac and elsewhere. Tried also a lot of already patched HDAs with and without dsdt edits. Finally, i tried the command line autopatch tool available at this subforum. All of them resulted in absolutely no success.

I confess that i couldn't follow one step that now i'm thinking that should be crucial to get the work done: the Linux CodecDump, since i don't use Linux (or Windows, by the way). Could it be indeed the cause of my failure? Is there any alternative around?

I'll attach my patched dsdt, so if someone has time and wan't to check it out, maybe helps me in finding something.

Thank you very much in advance!
Attached File  DSDT.aml.zip   16.87KB   7 downloads

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hello

try this

http://www.osx86.net...do=file&id=3177

good hack

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Thank yoy for answering, artur-pt.

Still no luck, with both mirone's kext and dsdt patch.

Here's my patched dsdt: did i do something wrong? Attached File  DSDTPatchedMirone.aml.zip   16.87KB   9 downloads

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hello

no the patch is good for layout 1

good hack

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Hi, artur-pt!

So i'm completely lost here. What a difficult thing to fix! I think i need an alternative to Linux Codec Dump, since it's the only step i'm missing. Tried to find something in google, surely i need to do a better research on this if i don't want to be stuck here.

Thank you very much indeed.

P.S.: This info i found on my everest report (the one i made before installing OSX on my netbook, some months ago):


High Definition Audio:
codec name Realtek ALC269
codec id 10EC0269h / 104383CEh
CODEC rev 00100004h

Also:


[ Realtek ALC269 ]

Device properties:
device Realtek ALC269
device description (Windows) Realtek High Definition Audio
device type Audio
bus type HDAUDIO
device identification 10EC-0269
Subsystem ID 1043-83CE
Revision 1000
Hardware ID HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0269&SUBSYS_104383CE&REV_1000

Can this help me somehow?

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Nevermind, i just created an Ubuntu live USB and created my own codec dump (will attach here).

I'll try once more to patch AppleHDA and will report back here. Thank you!

Attached File  Codec Dump.txt.zip   2.09KB   20 downloads

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Well, failed again.

I simply can't understand what i'm doing wrong... :(

Thank you!





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