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I tried to install OS X El Capitan on my PC and laptop, and so far everything seems to work fine. However, AppleHDA sound driver may become problematic on desktop. Brief hardware configurations: PC: i3-530/MSI H55M-P32/GTX460/RTL8111D/ALC888 Laptop: i3-380M/ASUS H55/AMD6370M/BCM4322/CX20585 I made a new patched driver based on native AppleHDA driver on 10.11 DB1, and my CX20585 works fine. However, when I tried to patch ALC888, I found that some codec ids such as 0x10EC0855 0x11D41984 are missing.(My bad) So it seems that AppleHDA binary has changed a lot. I reinstalled an old version (OS X 10.10.3) of AppleHDA.kext and ALC888 worked again. So is there anyone who make their desktop audio work properly by using 10.11 DB1's AppleHDA? Any suggestions? Thanks in advance. Update 1 @ 2015.06.10 OK, I solved my ALC888 audio issue. Apple added a new codec id 0x11D41983 in AppleHDA binary. If you are replacing 0x11D41984 with your codec id, please make sure that you disable 0x11D41983 codec. (Thanks to @lisai9093) You can either modify the binary by Hex Editor or use Clover's KextsToPatch. Name AppleHDA Find 8319D411 Replace 00000000 I modified toleda's audioALC script to support OS X 10.11 and I can confirm it works for ALC888 on OS X El Capitan. Update 2 @ 2015.06.15 new patch-hda script with OS X 10.11 supported: 41F by pokenguyen. new audio_RealtekALC script with OS X 10.11 supported: 42F by me. Note that Intel HD Graphics 4600 HDMI Audio in 10.11 is not supported by this script. I don't have HD4600 now so I cannot test whether the previous patch is still working. If you have HD4600, you can try it and post a feedback. Thanks in advance.
Hi guys i need your help cause i'm stressing myself to find out what type of mobo i should buy to install hackintosh yosemite at least.....my specs will be these: Cpu:Amd fx 8350 8 core 4 ghz Gpu:msi ge force 750ti 2gb ddr5 MB:Msi gaming 970 (i know it is named like the gpu) Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3P/Rev 2.0or ASRock Mod SoAM3+ 990FX Extreme3