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how can I get full audio support on Bad Axe 2 Board?


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I have an old 10.6.8 setup, not even sure how sound is working but it shows "no built-in audio" in profiler. I would like to get it fully supported. In Sys Preferences -> sound I only have Speaker Green rear. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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i believe you you need a kext that supports the SigmaTel 9274D codec

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Some reading:

http://www.insanelym...-9274d-badaxe2/

http://www.insanelym...ing-but-not-in/

It doesn't look too promising, but I wish you the best of luck!

*Edit:

According to a link on another hackintosh website, using the latest VoodooHDA will allow for full audio.

"The functionality is just the same as in Lion (10.7.4.) - sleep, on-board audio, etc... The only issue I have (both in Lion and ML) is that sound is not working after restart and I have to replug the audio cable. Although it is fully functional after waking up from sleep (not a big deal since I am using sleep all the time)."

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I was using voodooda 2.7.2. I upgraded to 2.7.3 and I have a couple more choices in my sound preferences. What bugs me is that my System Profiler says "No built in Audio." How can this be fixed? Do I have to do something with my DSDT or something?

My goal is to get my ASUS tablet splashtop streamer to play sound from my snow leopard pc but it never plays sound. It does play sound when splashtop streams from my Mac Mini.





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