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I seem to be having some problems using this driver with my 10.6 installation and a M-Audio Revolution 5.1 card. I installed it in both /Extra/Extensions and /S/L/E (using Kext Utility) and restarted. There is no "Envy24HT" option anywhere in the Sound Options dialog when OS X came back up. Only the four previous options (Realtek ALC889a) showed up, and those work fine. There is no mention of an Envy24HT in Sys Profiler. sudo kextunload shows that the kext was actually loaded by OS X, but kextutil reads this: LedMain:Extensions lediur$ sudo kextutil Envy24HTPCIAudioDriver.kext/ Envy24HTPCIAudioDriver.kext does not declare a kernel dependency; using com.apple.kernel.6.0. Warnings: Kext declares no kernel/KPI libraries; if it references any kernel symbols, it may fail to link. Envy24HTPCIAudioDriver.kext does not declare a kernel dependency; using com.apple.kernel.6.0. Envy24HTPCIAudioDriver.kext does not declare a kernel dependency; using com.apple.kernel.6.0. Is there any way to integrate this driver into a DSDT.aml? I believe that my onboard sound is taking preference over my Revolution. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
lediur replied to tseug's topic in OSx86 10.6 (Snow Leopard)Will this work for a GA-EP35C-DS3R motherboard?
Is it normal for this device driver to be returning about 270 FPS on the OpenGL Extensions Test on a 9800m GTS when the Windows driver does 1500FPS+? Sometimes, it goes above 800 FPS, but I don't know what triggers that. (For reference, my GTX 260+ does 3000+ FPS) I installed this with the NvInstaller 512mb drivers.