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Ollo1969

Ollo1969

Member Since 15 Jun 2009
Offline Last Active Dec 17 2014 10:25 PM
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In Topic: VoodooHDA

30 June 2009 - 09:56 PM

Hi all,

I have performed some modification on the VoodooHDA driver to provide the following capability to my AD1986A audio chipset on my M2NPV-VM Asus motherboard:

* External microphone on front panel (the rear input doesn't work!!!!)
* Audio 5.1 (using the Audio Midi Setup aggregate function). On audio property you will found 3 output device (Line Out / Headphone, Surround and C/LFE). With aggregation you will have 5.1 output.
* I have corrected the dump program to dump all the codec and not only the first one (in case you have a graphic card with HDMI sound exit)
* Added missing description for ATI Radeon RV670 vendor

I don't know if the front panel headphone work (may be yes, I don't have this connector). Let me know...
This codec should work in same way as original VoodooHDA for other motherbord, may be my implementation will work fine on other Asus mobo based od AD1986A audio codec.
If someone have some special request, can ask on the forum and add the codec dump, if possible I will help..

A didn't made a great job, I only changed some pin configuration and I made some esthetic correction to this fantastic codec.

Thank you to every one that develop it, and if I can help the development in any way, I'm here avalable.

In Topic: HD3850 Blue Screen with mouse moving

19 June 2009 - 12:49 AM

Unfortunately also the 2 last suggestion doesn't solve my problem, always same behavior!!!

@OfficerJackMehoff: with which distribution / kernel did your solution work? Which system do you have (Intel or AMD)?


@mich_de: How should I check the system log? What I should do?
No problem for me if you want to change the headline of the thread, I'll be happy if the workaround can be at least helpfully to other people.

And thanks a lot to everybody!!!!

In Topic: HD3850 Blue Screen with mouse moving

17 June 2009 - 09:55 PM

I have iDeneb 1.4, so I have 10.5.6, and I also update to 10.5.7 with the last released Combo Upgrade Kit. PCIe is already set in the bios as default card.

But what is really strange is that my card is working perfectly after performing the "stand-by" operation. It only don't show the dashboard on first start-up. I also tried to change the bios card with other version, but I always obtain the same result.

Many thanks.

In Topic: HD3850 Blue Screen with mouse moving

17 June 2009 - 06:27 PM

Have you tried the other DVI Port ?
I would shut down , switch moni cable to other port and try again if that helps.
38XX are sometimes an nightmare.



Tried, but nothing change.


Also check if you not forgot to remove any natit.kext / other gpu injectors.
If missed removing, remove and also remove that extensions.mkext.



I don't have natit.kext and I remove extension.mkext and reboot, but again nothing change! How can I understand if have other gpu injectors that I should remove?

One more question: is not possible taht the issue is not related to the Graphic card but to the mobo ACPI bios or to the monitor, or may be to the monitor cable? I'm trying any possible solution, I really do not understand!

Thanks.
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