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how to get ALC662 work?

I cannot support codecs I don't own; 662 not supported.  See Post #1, ALC889A, Gigabyte (Intel): now having a working front mic - Sound - InsanelyMac Forum or search 662 AppleHDA



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Hallo,

 

ALC888 on Zotac Mini-ITX C-E with Mavericks 10.9.2

Core i3-540, nVidia GT 430 with HDMI (which works, but not using it now)

All outputs works welI but cannot get SPDIF to work.  

Using Clover - tried both methods of patching, but no luck.

 

Can you please check this out for me, thanks.

 

Attached File  Zotac.ioreg.zip   4.37MB   2 downloads

Attached File  DSDT.dsl.zip   18.23KB   4 downloads

 



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All outputs works welI but cannot get SPDIF to work.  

Using Clover - tried both methods of patching, but no luck.

Audio is working.  Clover patches are not necessary.  If you do not have a red light on the Optical port, you have a hardware problem.



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Has anyone reported yet that with PM enabled on LGA 2011 boards there is Audio popping?



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Audio is working.  Clover patches are not necessary.  If you do not have a red light on the Optical port, you have a hardware problem.

Aargh ... absolutely, Amp needed correcting, that's all - thanks again. 



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I may be beating a dead horse, I apologize if I am.  I have a 892 chipset with Gigabyte H77N-WIFI MB and with the AppleHDA 2.6 I have no audio output.  Not the 'wake from sleep issue'; just simply no audio at all. There is no audio output source that is selectable.  I'm willing to help debug the issue, let me know if I can help out.



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 I'm willing to help debug the issue, let me know if I can help out.

See Post #1, two choices:

1. More Information/4. M-Realtek ALC AppleHDA No Audio.pdf

2. Problem Reporting, reply with files requested



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Thanks Toleda.  I was gathering the required debug information and decided to re-apply your patch directly (I had previously used a different tool) and sure enough, works like a champ.  Looks like the latest different tool is shipping with a bad patch job.  I have alerted them of the problem.  

 

Thanks again for all your work on this, it is very helpful.



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Thanks Toleda.  I was gathering the required debug information and decided to re-apply your patch directly (I had previously used a different tool) and sure enough, works like a champ.  Looks like the latest different tool is shipping with a bad patch job.  I have alerted them of the problem.  

 

And now I have the wake from sleep problem, c'est la vie. 



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Has anyone reported yet that with PM enabled on LGA 2011 boards there is Audio popping?

No.


And now I have the wake from sleep problem, c'est la vie. 

Try same procedure on the native 10.9/10.9.1 AppleHDA.kext.



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Try same procedure on the native 10.9/10.9.1 AppleHDA.kext.

 

Yup, I've already revered to the 10.9.1 AppleHDA kext which works 100%.



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Apologies about my last posts, was restoring back to 9.1 to try again. Turns out my DSDT edits were old and the slight changes in the patch cause my audio not to work. Updated both the hdef and gfx0/hdau in my dsdt and have sound working in 10.9.2. Have tried both the helper kext and patching the hda, both worked, next up is to convert my chameleon to clover so I don't have to touch anything in the future.. I tried searching and nothing came up, but is it a known bug that when you restart you lose the selected output back to int. speaker? If so any work arounds? Thanks

 

EP45-UD3R rev 1.1 F12, alc885
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 is it a known bug that when you restart you lose the selected output back to int. speaker? If so any work arounds?

No. No suggestions.



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I have ALC888S and need 5.1 sound and the Mic audio working. Can someone help me create the kext? I can install it using myHack.



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I have ALC888S and need 5.1 sound and the Mic audio working.

Same as ALC888, see Post #1.



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X79 Issue fixed under 10.9.3 AppleHDA with 10.9.2 patch. 



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Same as ALC888, see Post #1.

I've read it, but I don't understand how to set it all up :/



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I've read it, but I don't understand how to set it all up :/

What step is the problem?



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I cant manage to make it work.Tried many times but no other devices other than hdmi.

Toleda can you take a look ?

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I had to use the following Patch-In-Place (native S/L/E/AppleHDA.kext) – 10.9+. Then I had to install HDAEnabler1.kext in S/L/E, and finally I repaired permissions with Kext Utility. Now my audio is working. Thanks Toleda







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