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  1. Hello, i am having problems with the postinstallation and can't get audio and video to work correctly on my girlfriends Lenovo E 320 Edge for about 3 weeks now. My girlfriend is pissed of a little bit because i am spending the whole nights with configuration of OS X and she asked my to reinstall windows 7 again so posting in this forum is my last chance to get a working os x and i would really appreciate if someone could help me. The Hardware Specs: Lenovo E320 1298A8G Mainboard i5 2450M Sandy Bridge (DPCIManager sais HM65 Express...) Intel HD3000 and AMD 6630 GPU 4GM 1333 RAM Unfortunately i have no windows installed in order to get more detailed infos by CPU-Z oder Everest but i would reinstall windows if its necessary... My efforts: - Successfully installed OS X 10.9 using [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] - Copied OS X (with CCC) from HD volume to USB, partitioned internal HD from GUID to MBR in order to boot without a USB Stick - Installed Chameleon v2.2svn r2378 to make the new MBR Volume bootable and copied boot1h to the boot volume to fix the boot error. - Used MaciASL to patch my DSDT. Resolved "lengt error" by using the os x calculator (programmers mode) and did: (Maximum length-Minimum length)+1 - my smbios is based on Macbook 8.1 - Used Chameleon Wizard to create a SSDT.aml. - Can boot the system now without the necessecity to use the -f flag. I read hundreds of posts but nothing worked out for me and now i am at a point where the try and error method does not make any sense so My problem: Although i have full resolution on the notebook's display and on my external display (connected via HDMI Output). The system seems to work fast an stable. 1. major problem: The internal Display stays black if the HDMI Cable gets detached. As soon as i reconnect the HDMI cable the notebook's display reappears. 2. I have no Audio at all. I read that i there a serveral different approaches to the HDMI Audio and Audio in general to work ( i would prefer to use AppleHDA instead of voodoo to get hdmi audio to work) but no kext that i found worked for me and my (custom)DSDT (and other peoples patched DSDTs) couldnt solve the issue either. There are a lot of users in the net who found a solution but it didnt worked out for me because OS X/kexts/DSDS i found dont fit to my system or os x version. Since i found in the [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] Installer so many drivers with Realtek ACL drivers (ACL...) i tried to find out what ACL8xx driver could fit to my system. Not ONE place in the internet where i can find a list what conexant audio hd belongs to my Conexant Audio. ( i belive other users mentioned conexant 20 I was at the lenovo hp to check my detailed hardware specs but i couldnt found one list that could help me to find the right ACL Audio. Users with the same laptop model (e320) had Conexant 20672/20671 sound cards. In DPCIManager i see: Vendor:8086, Device:1c20 Sub Ven:17AA Sub Dev.21EE Intel Corporation 5 Series 200 Chipset Family High Definition Audio Controller I stop continuing with listing all my attempts to get audio and video to work but i saw in chameleon Wizard the option to put some values to "HDEF LauoutID" and "HDAU LououtID" or use some additional patches to DSDT but there are millions of options and i lost hope to fix that on my own. Please give me some advice how to solve the last issues because i have no strategy how to continue. I wonder how to proceed and would like to learn more so if you need more details besides the screenshots attached tell me:) Regards Caesar
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