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jamesst20

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Hi,

I have an Alienware M17x R4 and I installed Mountain Lion using iATKOS M2. I had selected the sound driver inside the install but at reboot I had no sound at all. So I installed VoodooHDA and now my audio works. However, whatever the settings I change on my sound, it has no effect. I cannot make the volume lower or higher either, it has no effect. I can't mute either. I tried the boolean on the info.plist inside the VoodooHDA.kext and it didn't work either :/

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UP UP Up :P

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I believe there's an option in the VoodooHDA Info.plist for a volume control fix. Drag the kext to your desktop, open it and edit the info.plist, then reinstall the patched kext.

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Which VoodooHDA did you use? Newest is 2.8.0 or 2.8.2
Try to find one that is an install package that will also put a VoodooHDA panel in the System Preferences.





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