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About teamgreg8

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  1. Mavericks AppleHDA HDMI Audio

    ALCinjection didn't work, but I tried uefi hdmi again (option #2) works for HDMI, and along with a 887 AppleHDA file (linked in previous post) works for the headphones. Thanks Toleda for your help and the files.
  2. Mavericks AppleHDA HDMI Audio

    I did not install an edited AppleHDA.kext, perhaps I am better off trying to do the steps within your audio_ALCInjection guides? http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/290796-realtek-alc-applehda-audio-injection/ Edit: some more digging, this looks like the correct edited file: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/files/file/123-realtek-alc887-applehda-audio/
  3. [Q] Suppress thunderbolt update?

    Good evening, I have the same update for an iMac 13,1 configuration. I have not installed it. Just out of curiosity, would it corrupt my system if I installed it? My motherboard is the GA-B75M-D3H, with an i3 3225 processor, therefore no Thunderbolt capability. Thanks!
  4. Mavericks AppleHDA HDMI Audio

    I've got HDMI audio working using the UEFI HDMI guide. Very straightforward using [Guide]-UEFI-hdmi_audio_dsdt_edits_v2.1.pdf. However, when I plug headphones in, they are not recognized as an output device. Any tips on how to get that working?
  5. Mavericks AppleHDA HDMI Audio

    Toleda, thank you for explaining further. I confused myself into thinking that removing property-type injection = the removal of the boot.plist file.
  6. Mavericks AppleHDA HDMI Audio

    Thank you for your responses Toleda, I appreciate the help but I am still conceptionally confused. Are you saying to keep the file since I do not use the boot.plst file for audio, or to delete it completely. I if do delete the file completely, would I have to type in GE=Yes every time I boot? Edit: I read in another forum post to not include GE=Yes in the boot.plist, but keep the file. That's what I will try.
  7. Mavericks AppleHDA HDMI Audio

    Okay I will try 2. UEFI. If I use the chameleon boot.plist for things like GraphicsEnabler and onboard Ethernet, can I keep using that file? I do not use property-type injection for audio.
  8. Mavericks AppleHDA HDMI Audio

    I am going to be attempting this audio fix to a system with GA-B75M-D3H motherboard with integrated HD4000 graphics. Do I use this guide: 2. UEFI HDMI Audio (dsdt or ssdt) - Desktop/Laptop/Intel NUC or this one: 3. HD4000/7 Series MB HDMI Audio (dsdt) - Desktop/Laptop/Intel NUC? Or do I use both? Also, if I want to be able to use a headphone jack for sound when my hackintosh is not connected to a HDMI device, should I just use this method instead: https://github.com/toleda/audio_ALCInjection ? Thanks for the help! Edit: after reading through the [Guide]-HD4000-hdmi_audio_dsdt_edits_v1.3.pdf, it says to remove the property-type injection (I use org.chameleon.Boot.plist). After completing the edits, would I place the injection back in after everything is working? Thanks again.