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    midi-sama reacted to Gringo Vermelho in A 200MB "EFI System Partition" stuck on your USB drive and can't get it off?! READ THIS!   
    Yes...or you could just format it as FAT/MBR or DOS or whatever it says, with Apple Disk Utility.
     
    Not sure if this really belongs in the Genius Bar, but thanks for sharing.
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    midi-sama reacted to Jaeck in Panoramic : un nouveau langage Basic   
    Panoramic est un langage BASIC que je développe pour Windows depuis une dizaine d'années et que j'ai récemment porté sous Android puis maintenant sous MAC OS.
    Mon but est de proposer un langage multi-plateforme avec la devise : "code somewhere, execute anywhere" (coder quelque part, exécuter partout).
     
    Ce langage utilise les mots-clés classiques du BASIC (DIM, IF, THEN, ELSE, DATA, PRINT, etc) auquel j'ai ajouté des fonctionnalités pour utiliser les objets graphiques (BUTTON, EDIT, FORM, MAIN_MENU, etc), le dessin, les SPRITEs, la 3D.
    Je l'ai voulu le plus simple possible, à la portée du programmeur du dimanche.
     
    Par exemple, pour créer un bouton qui visualise un texte, c'est :

    BUTTON 1 : REM crée un bouton qui portera le numéro 1 CAPTION 1,"cliquez" Pour créer un programme qui :
    - crée un bouton affichant "cliquez"
    - puis qui affiche "OK" quand on a cliqué dessus, on a besoin de 8 instructions (difficile de faire plus simple !):

    LABEL clic BUTTON 1 CAPTION 1,"cliquez" ON_CLICK 1,clic : REM le sous-programme clic s'exécutera quand on cliquera sur le bouton END : REM le programme principal s'arrète ici clic: CAPTION 1,"OK" RETURN Pour fonctionner, il n'a besoin de rien et se suffit à lui-même.
    Il est autonome et portable (je l'utilise d'ailleurs à partir d'une clé USB).
    Il ne nécessite pas que XCode soit installé sur votre machine.
     
    Il tourne sous Yosemite et EL Capitan (je n'ai pas encore essayé d'autres versions de MAC OS).
     
    Il se présente sous forme d'un éditeur qui permet de charger, de sauvegarder et de modifier un source, de l'exécuter et d'en produire un exécutable.
    De même, l'exécutable produit se suffit à lui-même : il est autonome et portable et n'a besoin de rien pour tourner, si ce n'est d'un MAC !
     
    Il est livré avec une aide (Help) et quelques exemples divers.
     
    J'allais oublier : il est gratuit.
     
    Comment on l'utilise ?
    Vous le téléchargez à partir d'un fichier :
    http://panoramic-language.pagesperso-orange.fr/PANORAMIC_EDITOR.app.zip
    ou d'une image disque :
    http://panoramic-language.pagesperso-orange.fr/PANORAMIC.dmg
    Vous le faites glisser par exemple sur le bureau ou dans le dossier de votre choix.
    Vous double-cliquez sur son icône et il se lance.
    La fenêtre principale s'ouvre et il est prêt à accueillir votre source.
    Quelques fichiers exemples sont automatiquement installés dans le répertoire de l'application.
    Vous pouvez les essayer pour voir de quoi est fait ce langage Basic.
    Ces exemples disparaissent quand l'éditeur est fermé.
    Vous pouvez les charger par la commande Fichier / Ouvrir, puis les exécuter de 3 façons (au choix) :
    - en cliquant sur l'icone éclair,
    - par le menu Fichier / Exécuter,
    - par le raccourci F9.
     
    C'est juste une version alpha d'un portage sur MAC. Des fonctionnalités ne sont pas présentées dans les exemples et ne figurent pas encore dans l'aide.
    Des bugs peuvent exister car je n'ai pas encore tout testé en profondeur.
     
    PANORAMIC possède sous Windows une communauté très active et très réactive sur son forum.
     
    Aidez-moi à le développer et à l'améliorer. Je ne vous demande pas de le coder avec moi, mais seulement de me signaler les améliorations que vous aimeriez, et de me donner des détails si vous rencontrez un bug.
    C'est ainsi qu'il progresse sous Windows depuis 10 ans...
    Et qu'il progressera demain sur Mac.
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    midi-sama reacted to Allan in Forum user classes   
    InsanelyMac Protégé, Geek, Sage, Legend, etc...this is just the rank about number of posts. 
     
    Don't means that someone with this title is better than other. If you have more than 100 posts, you can change it in your Member Profile.
     
    A user with much posts sometimes (not always) means that he is very active and helpful for the Forum.
    E.g: @fusion71au, @RehabMan, @artur-pt, @Pavo, and many others...
     
    About our Staff team, I've made a topic talking about that, it is in Portuguese (Google Tradutor), if you want read, here is: Como o InsanelyMac funciona - Por trás das cortinas.
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    midi-sama got a reaction from Mr. Xtreme in Forum user classes   
    Whatever Allan said, he's right.
    So for example, I can be Top V.I.P. or better, Super Top Ultra V.I.P., also I was the SPAM Team Moderator, but Poco didn't approve and I cireded.
     

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    midi-sama got a reaction from Mr. Xtreme in Forum user classes   
    Whatever Allan said, he's right.
    So for example, I can be Top V.I.P. or better, Super Top Ultra V.I.P., also I was the SPAM Team Moderator, but Poco didn't approve and I cireded.
     

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    midi-sama got a reaction from Pumpk1in in El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S   
    Download the latest hwsensors ( http://www.hwsensors.com ) choose binaries package and copy the plugin kexts (ACPI CPU...) to the clover's kext folder (Other) and reboot.
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    midi-sama reacted to gengik84 in MacOS Sierra Beta 2   
    Rilasciata la nuova beta...

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    midi-sama reacted to Mr. Xtreme in Introduce yourself.   
    Hello @Allan, welcome to InsanelyMac.
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    midi-sama got a reaction from Marcelo Menezes in OS X v10.11.6 beta - Available for Devs   
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    midi-sama got a reaction from Captain Dunsel in Apple unveils "macOS Sierra"   
    Mostly, but I think they mostly made it for their devices, I dont think apple would let this pass by even on DP1 release, so it should be on our part (maybe apple is making devices limitations now, locking the OS even more?)
     
    Anyway, I found that the driver that I built from RM sources have a problem (bug?): I cannot make key combination that involves numbers (like Screenshot combination keys) and it outputs a letter for some reason.
     
    ---later this day---
     
    Guys, why can't I rebuild caches on this thing! I need CodecCommander to work!
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    midi-sama got a reaction from Riley Freeman in Apple unveils "macOS Sierra"   
    Here it is guys, a working VoodooPS2Controller kext, RM patched it yesterday for Sierra as it seems, I'm using it atm (still need to use it on a clean OS as the AppleSmartTouchpad did some stuff, but it works). 
    VoodooPS2Controller.kext.zip
     
    https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-voodoo-ps2-controller/downloads
    Check here
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    midi-sama reacted to Riley Freeman in Apple unveils "macOS Sierra"   
    New VoodooPS2 works well. No more panic and no more jumpy mouse pointer with the other kext. Nice job RehabMan
     
    Seems the Trackpad prefpane is broken in Sierra because it still doesn't load. In the Console there seems to be a conflict between it and the Mouse one.
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    midi-sama got a reaction from Riley Freeman in Apple unveils "macOS Sierra"   
    Here it is guys, a working VoodooPS2Controller kext, RM patched it yesterday for Sierra as it seems, I'm using it atm (still need to use it on a clean OS as the AppleSmartTouchpad did some stuff, but it works). 
    VoodooPS2Controller.kext.zip
     
    https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-voodoo-ps2-controller/downloads
    Check here
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    midi-sama reacted to johnrey in El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S   
    Good to know that it works!
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    midi-sama got a reaction from johnrey in El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S   
    I found lately this AppleALC kext, and it's amazing! Put it in Clover > Kexts > Other, install CodecCommander, use Inject=3 and done! no KextToPatch patches and no Dummy, the Kext does that already! I tried it on 10.11.3, then updated to .4 and now .5 and it's still working
    Link to the thread: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/311293-applealc-%E2%80%94-dynamic-applehda-patching/
    Link to Github for download: https://github.com/vit9696/AppleALC
    Thankfully, ALC275 was already supported :3
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    midi-sama got a reaction from yc_richard in El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S   
    EXPERIMENTAL
    So hey there, been a while! 
    So I've successfully booted macOS Sierra DP1 and it's kinda good and toooo buggy as expected from a newly released OS. The installation is simple and I'll be sharing it with you here.
     
    Disclamer
    I, or anyone else on this forum, are not taken in responsibility for any harm happened to your device/data/materials/your belongings/... By following this guide you agree to take all the responsibility for your actions. This is highly experimental material, may harm, but it shouldn't, and if it did, you did it!
    This is for people with experience, I'll be putting some known OSx86 jargon like CIM and BaseSystem method. If you don't know this, either stop here, or google that your self and look in the forums.
    End of Disclamer
     
    So what you need is: 
    a working 10.11 machine an optional USB drive of 8GB (optional, but may be needed if you are doing this from another computer) at least 20GB free on space left (this should be left even after downloading the OS X installer, make sure you have plenty of space left on your laptop!!) patience I'll be doing this from my VAIO S laptop directly, if you're using some external device, please try to do some analogy and give it a shot.
     
    Before starting, here are some bugs and problems you may face when suing Sierra DP1
    Many apps may crash, hang or just wont do their work (like Clover Configurator [crash] and telegram [just hangs while spinning the loading wheel]...) Don't expect a good battery life, even if in my tests it wasnt that different but do not take it as granted This is an experimental OS, DO NOT USE IT AS YOUR DAILY DRIVER OS, well unless you have some balls of steel, then you can, I have no physical power over you The touchpad driver we'll be using is total {censored}! Too bad VoodooPS2 causes KP, hoping for RM to fix it (dont get your hopes high on this yet, he may even release a new version until the final OS release!). The kyb doesn't have working Fn keys, and Alt and Win button are swapped! The touchpad prefpan is broken [still needs confirmation] CONFIRMED, RM said he *may* start working on a prefpan, that would be totally gr8! Everything else is working ok-ish.
     
    okey let's start!
     
    Get some patched material! patched AppleALC for 10.12 (we'll be using this instead of DummyHDA)  patched Clover for 10.12 booting (taken from the pkg here http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/284656-clover-general-discussion/page-517?do=findComment&comment=2242991 ) A crappy PS2 driver for Synaptics (whereas on ELAN it's the best) not anymore  VoodooPS2Controller.kext.zip https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-voodoo-ps2-controller/downloads Latest Rehabman's FakeSMC (google) Get your copy of DP1 (sorry wont be posting links, forum rules) Choose your pill: Old fashioned "make a partition, make cim, install as you would" (I wont be discussing this, but make sure you use the correct Clover procedure, the other stuff is common knowledge) Experiment labtop (pun intended) where you'll make a dmg with OS X installed in, just restore it to any partition (I'll be explaining this one only) Make clover great again: Download the patched clover file, mount EFI (diskutil mount diskXs1, where X is your boot drive, usually 0), copy it under Clover folder Rename the previously downloaded file to BOOTX64.EFI and copy it to /EFI/BOOT folder (note 1: use this if Clover is your main EFI booter. note 2: it will replace any file named BOOTX64.EFI, make a backup of it) Go to Clover > kexts, make a folder named 10.12, copy all kexts from Other (that's what your should be normally using if you're following johnrey's guide) to the 10.12 folder, open 10.12, remove VoodooPS2-FakeSMC-AppleALC (if found). Copy the patched kexts above there. Let's AutoDMG Ok as you can see, use the link above, you'll get it once there Open AutoDMG Open <your OS X partition>/System/Library/CoreServices, locate SystemVersion.plist, duplicate it and rename it to SystemVersion.orig Open SystemVerison.plist (use sublime text or text edit) and replace everything with this:  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>ProductBuildVersion</key> <string>16A201w</string> <key>ProductCopyright</key> <string>1983-2016 Apple Inc.</string> <key>ProductName</key> <string>Mac OS X</string> <key>ProductUserVisibleVersion</key> <string>10.12</string> <key>ProductVersion</key> <string>10.12</string> </dict> </plist> Save and go back to AutoDMG Drag the OS X 10.12 installer app on AutoDMG window and let it analyse Hit Install and choose where to put the target dmg, let it install and wait (and this is why 20 GB of free disk on your os x partition is needed) Once done, restore the partition inside the dmg to whatever partition you like : internal HDD/SSD or external one, DO NOT USE USB AS THEY ARE SLOW AF! here is a quick how to: if you're using the ported yosemite disk utility, it's easy if not, open the Disk Utility Mount the dmg file (skip verification) Select your target partition NOT THE SOURCE Hit Edit (top bar) and then Restore Choose the SOURCE partitions (it should be named Macintosh HD) and then hit Resore You may need to restore it a second time (mostly the first time will *fail* but it did not, it just didnt copy the recovery partition) Here, once done restoring, go back to CoreServices folder, remove the SystemVersion.plist and rename SystemVersion.orig to .plist Reboot Enjoy Hope I helped, and thanks to all people who helped in this quick advance in macOS Sierra install
    Notes:
    DO NOT USE THIS OS TO DO YOUR WORK NO MATTER WHAT THE REASON (unless you're looking for bug or whatnot) It may be hella sluggish! even on SSDs! Bluetooth on some chipsets may not work (BCM devices) as the kext responsible of firmware uplaoding needs further fixing, while some of you who may have AR3011 (included in AR5B195 or AR5B197 wifi chips) may work (confirmed but not very sure) Use a usb/bt mouse PLEASE, the driver sux so much that I may only applause the dev for making pinch-to-zoom (which only replace Ctrl++) You may use your touchpad too! but yeah! Some screenshots:
     

     
    Siri
     


     
    Notification Center
     

     
    Bluetooth

     
     
    Some additions for a better OS experience:
    Disabling SIP Reboot to recovery Open terminal type in  csrutil disable Reboot Enable "Anywhere" under Security and Privacy to allow foreign/unsigned apps open terminal type in  sudo spctl  --master-disable Done  
    Enjoy
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    midi-sama got a reaction from yc_richard in El Capitan UEFI Clover on Sony Vaio S   
    EXPERIMENTAL
    So hey there, been a while! 
    So I've successfully booted macOS Sierra DP1 and it's kinda good and toooo buggy as expected from a newly released OS. The installation is simple and I'll be sharing it with you here.
     
    Disclamer
    I, or anyone else on this forum, are not taken in responsibility for any harm happened to your device/data/materials/your belongings/... By following this guide you agree to take all the responsibility for your actions. This is highly experimental material, may harm, but it shouldn't, and if it did, you did it!
    This is for people with experience, I'll be putting some known OSx86 jargon like CIM and BaseSystem method. If you don't know this, either stop here, or google that your self and look in the forums.
    End of Disclamer
     
    So what you need is: 
    a working 10.11 machine an optional USB drive of 8GB (optional, but may be needed if you are doing this from another computer) at least 20GB free on space left (this should be left even after downloading the OS X installer, make sure you have plenty of space left on your laptop!!) patience I'll be doing this from my VAIO S laptop directly, if you're using some external device, please try to do some analogy and give it a shot.
     
    Before starting, here are some bugs and problems you may face when suing Sierra DP1
    Many apps may crash, hang or just wont do their work (like Clover Configurator [crash] and telegram [just hangs while spinning the loading wheel]...) Don't expect a good battery life, even if in my tests it wasnt that different but do not take it as granted This is an experimental OS, DO NOT USE IT AS YOUR DAILY DRIVER OS, well unless you have some balls of steel, then you can, I have no physical power over you The touchpad driver we'll be using is total {censored}! Too bad VoodooPS2 causes KP, hoping for RM to fix it (dont get your hopes high on this yet, he may even release a new version until the final OS release!). The kyb doesn't have working Fn keys, and Alt and Win button are swapped! The touchpad prefpan is broken [still needs confirmation] CONFIRMED, RM said he *may* start working on a prefpan, that would be totally gr8! Everything else is working ok-ish.
     
    okey let's start!
     
    Get some patched material! patched AppleALC for 10.12 (we'll be using this instead of DummyHDA)  patched Clover for 10.12 booting (taken from the pkg here http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/284656-clover-general-discussion/page-517?do=findComment&comment=2242991 ) A crappy PS2 driver for Synaptics (whereas on ELAN it's the best) not anymore  VoodooPS2Controller.kext.zip https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-voodoo-ps2-controller/downloads Latest Rehabman's FakeSMC (google) Get your copy of DP1 (sorry wont be posting links, forum rules) Choose your pill: Old fashioned "make a partition, make cim, install as you would" (I wont be discussing this, but make sure you use the correct Clover procedure, the other stuff is common knowledge) Experiment labtop (pun intended) where you'll make a dmg with OS X installed in, just restore it to any partition (I'll be explaining this one only) Make clover great again: Download the patched clover file, mount EFI (diskutil mount diskXs1, where X is your boot drive, usually 0), copy it under Clover folder Rename the previously downloaded file to BOOTX64.EFI and copy it to /EFI/BOOT folder (note 1: use this if Clover is your main EFI booter. note 2: it will replace any file named BOOTX64.EFI, make a backup of it) Go to Clover > kexts, make a folder named 10.12, copy all kexts from Other (that's what your should be normally using if you're following johnrey's guide) to the 10.12 folder, open 10.12, remove VoodooPS2-FakeSMC-AppleALC (if found). Copy the patched kexts above there. Let's AutoDMG Ok as you can see, use the link above, you'll get it once there Open AutoDMG Open <your OS X partition>/System/Library/CoreServices, locate SystemVersion.plist, duplicate it and rename it to SystemVersion.orig Open SystemVerison.plist (use sublime text or text edit) and replace everything with this:  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>ProductBuildVersion</key> <string>16A201w</string> <key>ProductCopyright</key> <string>1983-2016 Apple Inc.</string> <key>ProductName</key> <string>Mac OS X</string> <key>ProductUserVisibleVersion</key> <string>10.12</string> <key>ProductVersion</key> <string>10.12</string> </dict> </plist> Save and go back to AutoDMG Drag the OS X 10.12 installer app on AutoDMG window and let it analyse Hit Install and choose where to put the target dmg, let it install and wait (and this is why 20 GB of free disk on your os x partition is needed) Once done, restore the partition inside the dmg to whatever partition you like : internal HDD/SSD or external one, DO NOT USE USB AS THEY ARE SLOW AF! here is a quick how to: if you're using the ported yosemite disk utility, it's easy if not, open the Disk Utility Mount the dmg file (skip verification) Select your target partition NOT THE SOURCE Hit Edit (top bar) and then Restore Choose the SOURCE partitions (it should be named Macintosh HD) and then hit Resore You may need to restore it a second time (mostly the first time will *fail* but it did not, it just didnt copy the recovery partition) Here, once done restoring, go back to CoreServices folder, remove the SystemVersion.plist and rename SystemVersion.orig to .plist Reboot Enjoy Hope I helped, and thanks to all people who helped in this quick advance in macOS Sierra install
    Notes:
    DO NOT USE THIS OS TO DO YOUR WORK NO MATTER WHAT THE REASON (unless you're looking for bug or whatnot) It may be hella sluggish! even on SSDs! Bluetooth on some chipsets may not work (BCM devices) as the kext responsible of firmware uplaoding needs further fixing, while some of you who may have AR3011 (included in AR5B195 or AR5B197 wifi chips) may work (confirmed but not very sure) Use a usb/bt mouse PLEASE, the driver sux so much that I may only applause the dev for making pinch-to-zoom (which only replace Ctrl++) You may use your touchpad too! but yeah! Some screenshots:
     

     
    Siri
     


     
    Notification Center
     

     
    Bluetooth

     
     
    Some additions for a better OS experience:
    Disabling SIP Reboot to recovery Open terminal type in  csrutil disable Reboot Enable "Anywhere" under Security and Privacy to allow foreign/unsigned apps open terminal type in  sudo spctl  --master-disable Done  
    Enjoy
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    midi-sama reacted to savvas in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    Of course , cause you dont need to use any applehda patches in clover, applealc patch it for you. So the problem is that i compile AppleALC for 272. Here the variant for alc 275. Try it
    AppleALC.kext.zip
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    midi-sama reacted to Riley Freeman in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    It's -alcdbg now.
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    midi-sama got a reaction from savvas in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    woah! ok, i had to reboot it 4 times, and the surprise didnt finish here, the audio working now perfectly, but also for some unknown reasons (mostly electronic voodoo magic), my ar3011 (bt) started working mysteriously! thanks
    can you tell me what you changed (also notify the developer to add your fix)?
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    midi-sama got a reaction from savvas in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    THIS! I needed this! 
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    midi-sama reacted to savvas in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    I just disabled new nulling patch to enable input/outputs for you
    Nothing else
    PS: Who installing updated kext with 10.12 support by vit9696,  please add alc_dbg and keepsyms=1 into yours boot-args to catch what happens while this KP's.
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    midi-sama reacted to savvas in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    If you were load it via clover you should boot twice. On first boot you got KP on the second KP disappears.. Magic
    PS:So, who installing updated kext with 10.12 support,  please add alc_dbg and keepsyms=1 into yours boot-args to catch what happens while this KP.
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    midi-sama reacted to savvas in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    You should DISABLE this patch, cause it seems that on 272 analogue situatian as on 282. SO disable this zeroing and try using this one.
    PS: stop , which codec you have? 272 or 275?
    AppleALC.kext.zip
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    midi-sama reacted to insanelyDeepak in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    Definitely, confim it so dev can update source
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