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Got my mobo the other day and it works good so I ordered one more. Im hoping it wont take so long this time the first mobo I paid for in july and it came last week in other words not so cool.

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Also I used the patch that you had in your link. That's the same one I did before. I did it again and it said done. Seems like it was successful. Rebooted and got no audio still. No error messages either.

 

I have no idea what the tool you used has done and to what files it has modified.

Try replacing your current AppleHDA.kext with something less tinkered with (See PM).

Assuming that AppleHDA.kext from my PM is now unzipped and located in your Downloads folder. Run the following in Terminal (Replace USERNAME with your username):

mkdir /KextBackup
sudo -s
cp -R /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext /KextBackup
rm -R /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext
cp -R /Users/USERNAME/Downloads/AppleHDA.kext /System/Library/Extensions
cd /System/Library/Extensions
chmod -R 755 AppleHDA.kext
chown -R root:wheel AppleHDA.kext

Then follow audio patch procedure.



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I have no idea what the tool you used has done and to what files it has modified.

Try replacing your current AppleHDA.kext with something less tinkered with (See PM).

Assuming that AppleHDA.kext from my PM is now unzipped and located in your Downloads folder. Run the following in Terminal (Replace USERNAME with your username):

mkdir /KextBackup
sudo -s
cp -R /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext /KextBackup
rm -R /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext
cp -R /Users/USERNAME/Downloads/AppleHDA.kext /System/Library/Extensions
cd /System/Library/Extensions
chmod -R 755 AppleHDA.kext
chown -R root:wheel AppleHDA.kext

Then follow audio patch procedure.

Just tried that. Send you an attachment in a PM of what I did and still have no audio.



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I have no idea what the tool you used has done and to what files it has modified.

Try replacing your current AppleHDA.kext with something less tinkered with (See PM).

Assuming that AppleHDA.kext from my PM is now unzipped and located in your Downloads folder. Run the following in Terminal (Replace USERNAME with your username):

mkdir /KextBackup
sudo -s
cp -R /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext /KextBackup
rm -R /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext
cp -R /Users/USERNAME/Downloads/AppleHDA.kext /System/Library/Extensions
cd /System/Library/Extensions
chmod -R 755 AppleHDA.kext
chown -R root:wheel AppleHDA.kext

Then follow audio patch procedure.

I got it to work using the newest Multi----Beast software. I know people hate Tony   Mac here but I was just trying to figure out a solution since what you gave me didn't work. Technically what I did didn't work either. It's all distorted like it was in 10.8.6



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I could not get that script to work either there was no way I even could navigate/cd to the right folder. At least that is what terminal said. So I downloaded a package that was klick and run somebody the prins or something put together for mavericks.

And yes I have built some 10 hackmacs over the years so ..... and today I have three i7 and a couple q6600 mashines so at least as I believe I did nothing wrong with that script, for some reason it just did not work.

Hope you manage to work it out

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I do not get what is wrong with you guys, at first you complain script and terminal is hard to do.

OK, I provide easy to click for n00bs installer, no this is not good and you guys are complaining on scipt that is not good..

WTF...?


If I plug 2 Kona 3G and the Dlink the system doesn't recognize any PCI card (I lose the wifi also), anyone knows why? I've tried the (few) possible settings for PCI and nothing change. I've tried also without the Dlink with the same result.

You didn't specified the position of the setup.

Before we begin you should know the correct slot count, Slot 1 is the slot close to CPU and Slot 4 the farest.

 

So IMHO, to use 2 of them, you need to use onboard HD4000 and put one card in Slot 1 and second in Slot 4.

Do not use yet PCIe x1 slots and tell me if the system works with those 2.



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Well seems at least I had luck with that installer if it was yours I used.

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You didn't specified the position of the setup.

Before we begin you should know the correct slot count, Slot 1 is the slot close to CPU and Slot 4 the farest.

 

So IMHO, to use 2 of them, you need to use onboard HD4000 and put one card in Slot 1 and second in Slot 4.

Do not use yet PCIe x1 slots and tell me if the system works with those 2.

My bad, cards are in slot 1 & 4 with the Dlink556 in slot 3. I attach some pics. In this configuration is not working.

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My bad, cards are in slot 1 & 4 with the Dlink556 in slot 3. I attach some pics. In this configuration is not working.

I asked to not use Slot 3, just 1 and 4, please do what I asked and report if system see the cards.

A great help would be if you can bring darwindumper dumps, especial full lspci(lspci -nnvvbxxxx) and bdmesg/dmesg...



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I asked to not use Slot 3, just 1 and 4, please do what I asked and report if system see the cards.

A great help would be if you can bring darwindumper dumps, especial full lspci(lspci -nnvvbxxxx) and bdmesg/dmesg...

I've got the same result using only the 2 Konas in Slot 1 & 4.

Sorry but I need some more info about "darwindumper dumps, especial full lspci(lspci -nnvvbxxxx) and bdmesg/dmesg" I don't know what is it.

 

Thanks!



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I've got the same result using only the 2 Konas in Slot 1 & 4.

Sorry but I need some more info about "darwindumper dumps, especial full lspci(lspci -nnvvbxxxx) and bdmesg/dmesg" I don't know what is it.

 

Thanks!

DarwinDumper



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Just wanted to give a success story for Mavericks.  I upgraded from 10.8.5 from the app store while running 816M.  Had to switch to integrated graphics (HD4000 w/i7-3770K) only during install.

 

After install I had to switch to the GeForce 670 or the graphics was quite distorted (I disabled integrated in BIOS).  I'm now running 3 monitors on the GeForce card successfully, no issues after about 8 hours of use.



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Telling me something is broken because I did something wrong is no help what so ever. My previous posts will tell you that I first used the legacy audio patch and nothing worked so then I used mu1ti-be@st. So please if you have a way to fix it I'd love/appreciate the help.

 
Not diving too deep into this subject... For me, the problem is the fact that I have no idea what the tool you used has done so it is immensely difficult for someone to troubleshoot.  At this point, I would usually advise you to restore from your most recent backup. Assuming you backup periodically and before you run any type of patch. This is one small reason why you receive that kind of response. If you do some research, you can find other reasons. If you want to continue this topic of conversation, you are welcome to PM.
 

My UEFI Spec is: 2.31 and my Rev: 4.653.

 
That is the second line. What does the first line say? It should say something like "Ozmosis 1.01.0_____"
 

I got it to work using the newest Multi----Beast software. I know people hate Tony   Mac here but I was just trying to figure out a solution since what you gave me didn't work. Technically what I did didn't work either. It's all distorted like it was in 10.8.6


If it is distorted, then id say it doesn't work.

 

Please confirm the BIOS version from the shell (see comments above)

 

If version less than 816:

Flash with 816 or 820

 

If confirmed 820 (or 816), than:

Try using the file I provided and Kext Wizard (http://www.insanelym...aller-and-more/)



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Not diving too deep into this subject... For me, the problem is the fact that I have no idea what the tool you used has done so it is immensely difficult for someone to troubleshoot.  At this point, I would usually advise you to restore from your most recent backup. Assuming you backup periodically and before you run any type of patch. This is one small reason why you receive that kind of response. If you do some research, you can find other reasons. If you want to continue this topic of conversation, you are welcome to PM.
 

 
That is the second line. What does the first line say? It should say something like "Ozmosis 1.01.0_____"
 


If it is distorted, then id say it doesn't work.

 

Please confirm the BIOS version from the shell (see comments above)

 

If version less than 816:

Flash with 816 or 820

 

If confirmed 820 (or 816), than:

Try using the file I provided and Kext Wizard (http://www.insanelym...aller-and-more/)

Yea I was way old(739). I guess I've been oblivious about the bios updates. So I guess just keep checking for updates to my Bios and do them? All looks good now so far. Thanks for all the help dude. I really appreciate it. You were INCREDIBLY helpful.

 

Do you know anything about getting imessage to work?



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@ ILL, after running a full darwindump look in the DarwinDumperReports folder and find the DarwinDump.htm file and upload that here



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Just wanted to give a success story for Mavericks.  I upgraded from 10.8.5 from the app store while running 816M.  Had to switch to integrated graphics (HD4000 w/i7-3770K) only during install.

 

After install I had to switch to the GeForce 670 or the graphics was quite distorted (I disabled integrated in BIOS).  I'm now running 3 monitors on the GeForce card successfully, no issues after about 8 hours of use.

Ditto on the success in upgrading to 10.9.  I tried to update from 10.8.4 but it wouldn't work, so i first upgraded to 10.8.5 and then did the 10.9 update which went smoothly.  I'm also on the 816M Bios but only running on the integrated graphics even tho i have a GTX 650 on board for GPU calculations.   Also, initially NVIDIA's CUDA driver's were deprecated to the Apple drivers, but a day later NVIDIA delivered a new update.

 

Compared to my LGA2011 build, the Quo MB was extremely easy and robust. It would be nice if the Quo MB experience could be repeated with x79 MB's.



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Yea I was way old(739). I guess I've been oblivious about the bios updates. So I guess just keep checking for updates to my Bios and do them? All looks good now so far. Thanks for all the help dude. I really appreciate it. You were INCREDIBLY helpful.

 

Do you know anything about getting imessage to work?

 

If you could add your current BIOS to your signature, that would be fantastic.

 

Don't update for the sake of updating. Check back and see what primary changes have been made. I keep a flash drive handy with all of the releases to ensure I can easily roll back.

 

Consider backing up your build.



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@ ILL, after running a full darwindump look in the DarwinDumperReports folder and find the DarwinDump.htm file and upload that here

 

Here's the file.

 

Thanks a lot for help.

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Here's the file.

 

Thanks a lot for help.

The file you uploaded is useless for me.

I didn't asked for such thing, if you don't know what to upload, or whant to keep private data PM the whole zip dump link.

 

L.E.

Also I need same dumps from this scenario:

HD4000 + 1 Kona 3G card in Slot 1.



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The file you uploaded is useless for me.

I didn't asked for such thing, if you don't know what to upload, or whant to keep private data PM the whole zip dump link.

 

L.E.

Also I need same dumps from this scenario:

HD4000 + 1 Kona 3G card in Slot 1.

Hi sorry for the wrong upload, here you the .zip with 2 Konas in slot 1&4 (the more little .zip) and the other .zip with 1 Kona in slot 1 (bigger file).

As far as this is a workstaion for work and there's no personal datas in I don't have any problem in keep it public if this can help some one else.

 

Thanks.

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