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In Topic: AppleHDA HDMI Audio

26 November 2017 - 07:56 PM

Also, I see that in IORegExplorer my monitor (Display0 - AppleDisplay) is connected to Port 0x6.

But the script says that HD4000 port 0x7 is a native HDMI port. 


Is there something special about my system that I need to manually correct? Given that this is an IVY bridge CPU on a 6-series motherboard.

In Topic: AppleHDA HDMI Audio

26 November 2017 - 07:12 PM


SSDT-HDEF-3.aml is loading but ignored

config.plist/ACPI/DSDT/Fixes/ - all properties set to YES, unusual.

Set: config.plist/ACPI/DSDT/Fixes/FixHDA_8000/NO

Save, restart, reply with new files.


Thanks for the quick response.

Some progress...


I set config.plist/ACPI/DSDT/Fixes/FixHDA_8000/NO 

And now the HDMI port shows up in system report. But still not available in the sound as an option for output.


‚ÄčEdit: anyway to makee the SSDT-HDEF3.aml not be ignored? I see a message that says the patch was a success in the boot log.

In Topic: AppleHDA HDMI Audio

26 November 2017 - 04:36 PM



I am still struggling to get my HDMI audio working. I have a HD4000 on a 6-series motherboard. Everything works except HDMI audio.



OSX: 10.12.6

Motherboard: Intel DH61AG 

Processor: Intel Core i5-3475S

Graphics: HD4000


Procedure used: This Guide


I also tried the HD4000 on 6 series motherboard SSDT from your gothic repository and did not see any difference in the outcome. It was injecting an IMEI that I am already doing in config.plist.


I attached all the files you asked for.


Please help me getting this resolved.




In Topic: [GUIDE] Sierra on HP ENVY17-n103n Skylake 6700HQ

19 December 2016 - 12:09 AM

I was able to get the linksys also working with auto connection. I will attached files shortly

Wanted to get the AC speeds working :)


BTW, this is an excellent guide. smoothest install that I ever did for a hackintosh

In Topic: [GUIDE] Sierra on HP ENVY17-n103n Skylake 6700HQ

18 December 2016 - 12:34 PM

excellent, I will give this a shot



Also, what are using for usb wifi? I am trying to use linksys AE6000, which works with a driver posted earlier but does not auto connect when I boot up. I have to launch the perf pane.


Edit: Brightness control works perfect. Hoping the power management fix helps with the battery life. I was getting may be a couple of hours with full battery

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