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Hi guys, I've installed macos 10.12 and i have two problems:

 

1: When boot with clover, before the apple logo, i have a error message. it said to press enter or reset mac. I press enter and it starts.. I want to know if this is normal

 

2: Audio is not working at all. I used a standard config.plist, modified toleda script for compatibility problems with 10.12 and tried. kexts have been installed but audio it's not working

 

Used latest version of clover for installation and post installation, i don't use DSDT.

 

Specs are

 

I5 4690

H97M-D3H

HD4600 Intel 



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For your audio problem, I would try to install the codec commander kext. That helped me.

Heres the link to it.  https://bitbucket.or...ander/downloads

 



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Hey,

Why don't you use the pre patched AppleALC by vit9696? I have nearly the same setup as you use and got my 892 working with the kext below:

https://github.com/v...pleALC/releases

 

Don't forget to add audio interface "1" in your clover configuration ;).

 

Good luck  :thumbsup_anim:



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Or you can try Toledas HDA patch version 1.20.

It worked for me on GA-Z170M-D3H.



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Or you can try Toledas HDA patch version 1.20.

It worked for me on GA-Z170M-D3H.

 

This is your best bet!

 

http://www.insanelym...plehda-patcher/



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I'd suggest AppleALC by vit9696, too.

 

1. Put AppleALC.kext in /EFI/clover/kexts/10.12/

 

2. Write config.plist as below:

<key>Devices</key>
	<dict>
		<key>Audio</key>
		<dict>
			<key>Inject</key>
			<string>1</string>
		</dict>
...

All done.



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Hi,

This is my first Hackintosh so please bear with me.....

OS X Sierra and I used the guide from tonymacx86 with ##### and then ##### but the audio doesn't work

 

I have the Gigabyte Z170M-D3H as well and I have downloaded and ran the AppleHDA patcher, it said it ran successfully (I think) and produced a folder on my desktop called MironeAudio with several kext files inside, where do I copy these files to?

 

Thanks



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I have the Gigabyte Z170M-D3H as well and I have downloaded and ran the AppleHDA patcher, it said it ran successfully (I think) and produced a folder on my desktop called MironeAudio with several kext files inside, where do I copy these files to?

 

open folder MironeAudio /Full Patcher AppleHDA/AppleHDA.kext

copy and paste in: /System/Library/Extensions.

repair permissions rebuild caches, don't forget inject audio_id= 7 or 9 

in your config.plist or DSDT.aml



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I copied that file to the /System/Library/Extensions. folder and I got a

system extension cannot be used

error

I clicked OK about 7 or 8 times to similar messages, here is a screenshot http://imgur.com/zQyY042

 

By repair permissions do you mean through disk utility?

​How do I rebuild caches?

 

Thanks



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I copied that file to the /System/Library/Extensions. folder and I got a

system extension cannot be used

error

I clicked OK about 7 or 8 times to similar messages, here is a screenshot http://imgur.com/zQyY042

 

By repair permissions do you mean through disk utility?

​How do I rebuild caches?

 

Thanks

http://www.insanelym...pairpermission/



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I did that and it found and fixed errors, I copied the file again and this time it did without any errors

By "don't forget inject audio_id= 7 or 9 

in your config.plist or DSDT.aml"

 

I presume the mean the config.plist file on the EFI partition?

I mounted the EFI partition, and went to EFI/CLOVER/config.plist then changed

 

<key>Devices</key>
<dict>
<key>Audio</key>
<dict>
<key>Inject</key>

 

<string>1</string>

 

to

 

<key>Devices</key>

<dict>
<key>Audio</key>
<dict>
<key>Inject</key>
<string>7</string>
 
I also tried <string>9</string>
But still no audio with either setting
 
Thanks for your help and patience, sorry for all the noob questions


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Hi guys, I've installed macos 10.12 and i have two problems:

 

1: When boot with clover, before the apple logo, i have a error message. it said to press enter or reset mac. I press enter and it starts.. I want to know if this is normal

 

2: Audio is not working at all. I used a standard config.plist, modified toleda script for compatibility problems with 10.12 and tried. kexts have been installed but audio it's not working

 

Used latest version of clover for installation and post installation, i don't use DSDT.

 

Specs are

 

I5 4690

H97M-D3H

HD4600 Intel 

ALC892 needs two kexts only with no edit to clover config codec commander and applealc thats it reboot and enjoy also if it doesnt work disable csr



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I did that and it found and fixed errors, I copied the file again and this time it did without any errors

By "don't forget inject audio_id= 7 or 9 

in your config.plist or DSDT.aml"

 

I presume the mean the config.plist file on the EFI partition?

I mounted the EFI partition, and went to EFI/CLOVER/config.plist then changed

 

<key>Devices</key>
<dict>
<key>Audio</key>
<dict>
<key>Inject</key>

 

<string>1</string>

 

to

 

<key>Devices</key>

<dict>
<key>Audio</key>
<dict>
<key>Inject</key>
<string>7</string>
 
I also tried <string>9</string>
But still no audio with either setting
 
Thanks for your help and patience, sorry for all the noob questions

 

send me your EFI Folder+IOREG.ioreg



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I also have ALC892 and i use #####. One click and everything is set.



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Tony$hit tools don't supported here.

read the Rules.



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heres the rquested files -



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I fixed my problem, in the program that shall not be mentioned I selected to install
Realtek 892
and Intel 100 series audio
and now I have audio icon_mrgreen.gif

 

Thanks for all your help



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I fixed my problem, in the program that shall not be mentioned I selected to install
Realtek 892
and Intel 100 series audio
and now I have audio icon_mrgreen.gif

 

Thanks for all your help

you hear by failed at life by using stolen items inside a program made by thieves for shame 







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