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Remove Audio Kexts? How?

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Hi all

 

I have an Asus Commando with the SupremeFX audio board which uses the AD1988B chipset. I'm running Kalyway 10.5.4.

 

I had basic mono audio coming out after installing a kext which I now can't remember - it might have been the azalia audio package or the Kalyway AC97.

 

I then decided to get clever and try to use Taruga's AD1988B Rev. 3 installer to get proper sound that system profiler would recognise. After installing it, system profiler now sees I have an audio board and system preferences sees I have line out, line in and mic, but I don't hear anything! I think it may be because the older audio kext's are still around and that's causing conflicts. The problem is I can't find AppleAzaliaaudio.kext or anything that looks familiar to remove. What file's should I be removing?

 

Here is a list of all extensions that have the word "audio" in them.

///System/Library/Extensions/AudioIPCDriver.kext/file:

///System/Library/Extensions/IOAudioFamily.kext/file:

//System/Library/Extensions/Apple02Audio.kext/file:

///System/Library/Extensions/AppleOnboardAudio.kext/file:

///System/Library/Extensions/AudioDeviceTreeUpdater.kext/file:

///System/Library/Extensions/AppleFWAudio.kext/file:

///System/Library/Extensions/SM56KUSBAudioFamily.kext/file:

///System/Library/Extensions/AppleUSBAudio.kext/file:

///System/Library/Extensions/VirtualAudioDriver.kext/file:

///System/Library/Extensions/DigidesignFireWireAudio.kext/file:

 

What do I need to delete? Can anyone help me?

 

Cheers

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