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All thanks to Ricky26

 

My Comp. Setting

EP43-DS3L

Kalyway 10.5.2 (vanilla kernel)

PNY QuadroFX370 (with NVKush installed)

Sony DVD (IDE, DRU-V200A)

Samsung 750GB SATA HDD

 

 

EP43_DS3L_Sound.zip

 

Please download the file.

1. To make it simple, Please download OSX86Tools 1.0 @ http://######.com/osx86tools/

Use "install kext" option to install.

2. Uncompress .zip file attached with this post.

3. Install AppleHDA.kext

4. reboot

5. Install HDAenabler.kext

6. reboot

 

hopefully it solve the headache that I head.

 

Again, this was all possible by Ricky26!

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Thanks! I don't have a Gigabyte, but an Abit IP35 Pro. Your patched drivers work great. I'm going to try these on a MSI P35 Platinum also.

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Thanks! I don't have a Gigabyte, but an Abit IP35 Pro. Your patched drivers work great. I'm going to try these on a MSI P35 Platinum also.

 

Can you post your results with detail hardware info and software driver info?  someone else might have similar sets.

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Can you post your results with detail hardware info and software driver info?  someone else might have similar sets.

 

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isn't working for 10.5.5 ? any ideas.

 

It worked fine on Kalyway 10.5.2 but after combo update doesn't work. I've tried re-applying a couple of times.

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Ok. I installed the driver on iDeneb 1.3 (Leopard 10.5.5) and under audio settings it shows that I have a device installed and the system sounds are no longer gray. The thing is, I plugged my speakers into Line Out but I did not hear any sound for iTunes or any other app. I selected Line Out as the output but this did not resolve the problem. I tried plugging headphones in instead but I had the same result.

 

Anyone have any thoughts?

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I have been working on this sound issue for a long time. I had no speaker icon, no sound device detected. The instructions below worked for me.

 

 

System sats:

 

iDeneb v1.3 Os x 10.5.5

Windows Vista Ultimate Black

 

Intel Quad Core 2.33

 

GIGABYTE EP45-DS3L

Realtek Sound 0x088810ed

Vender ID 0888 Device ID 10ed

 

2 Gigs Ram

Western Digital Green 500 GB Sata AHCI

 

XFX Nvidia 9800 Gt (Using 9f23installer.pkg w/8800 Gt driver) Max resolution 1600 x 1200

 

USB Wireless MX laser mouse

USB Keys

USB Seagate Freeagent 320g External

 

 

Great Job. This forum is great.

 

 

Thanks!

 

Josh

 

 

All thanks to Ricky26

 

My Comp. Setting

EP43-DS3L

Kalyway 10.5.2 (vanilla kernel)

PNY QuadroFX370 (with NVKush installed)

Sony DVD (IDE, DRU-V200A)

Samsung 750GB SATA HDD

 

 

EP43_DS3L_Sound.zip

 

Please download the file.

1. To make it simple, Please download OSX86Tools 1.0 @ http://######.com/osx86tools/

Use "install kext" option to install.

2. Uncompress .zip file attached with this post.

3. Install AppleHDA.kext

4. reboot

5. Install HDAenabler.kext

6. reboot

 

hopefully it solve the headache that I head.

 

Again, this was all possible by Ricky26!

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OK...Is this working with azl888?

 

Before this instal in system profiler there was nothing on Built-in audio.

After instal this package there are 2 HD devices but still no sound.I cannot select them via Audio Midi Setup.

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All thanks to Ricky26

 

My Comp. Setting

EP43-DS3L

Kalyway 10.5.2 (vanilla kernel)

PNY QuadroFX370 (with NVKush installed)

Sony DVD (IDE, DRU-V200A)

Samsung 750GB SATA HDD

EP43_DS3L_Sound.zip

 

Please download the file.

1. To make it simple, Please download OSX86Tools 1.0 @ http://######.com/osx86tools/

Use "install kext" option to install.

2. Uncompress .zip file attached with this post.

3. Install AppleHDA.kext

4. reboot

5. Install HDAenabler.kext

6. reboot

 

hopefully it solve the headache that I head.

 

Again, this was all possible by Ricky26!\

 

 

This worked for me on my gigabyte P43 chipset with onboard audio. Had to chose "internal speakers" audio cable to "line out". Running Ideneb 3.1 10.5.5.

 

Thanks to all for this excellent forum. Sure is a HUGE help.

 

-Cory

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After install it looks like we only have the back mic port working. What I meant to write was, this is a nice AppleHDA! Everything sounds great, the only thing I've been wishing for is the front mic port to work. At the moment, it looks like only the back mic jack is working. Could someone double check this? Making mods to the pathmaps and verbs I was able to get both the front and back microphone ports "working" but get this.. the front mic port doesn't work with microphones. The only way to get input out of it is to plug HEADPHONES into the front mic port and talk through the L/R earpieces. Strange? Anyone have any ideas?

 

whitman

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Download this .zip, it has the necessary kexts and instructions on how to install them.

http://www.mediafire.com/?41xsb1rjyjp

 

I got all outputs/inputs working with those kexts! Hope this helps with anyone having issues!

 

This finally solved the sound issue for me, thanks a lot !

I have GA-P35-DS3P motherboard and iDeneb v1.4 Leo 10.5.6.

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Hi...it works but is there any way to resolve that noise from headphones output?Anyone have this noise too?

 

I'm using the files from first post.

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Yeah! I'm have this noise too! Motherboard — Gigabyte EP43-DS3L

 

And very interesting detail — when I change the volume or start playing something in iTunes, that noise is disappearing ) But if I leave my workspace for a few seconds, the Noise is return ) It's make me crazy! Somebody HELP! %)

 

P.S. I so sorry for my bad English ) I hope you understand me and can help )

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This is great, thanks. I recently got a new rig, and I've been going nuts trying to get this working correctly for a week now. It works great, including SPDIF in and out. Here's my motherboard (in case anyone else has it and is searching for that model!)

 

Gigabyte GA-EP43-UD3l

 

Everything else I tried would (at best) get the card to show up in the system profiler with no input or output pins. Replacing with this really did the trick.

 

Thanks!

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Well..

 

I have this program since I'm using iDeneb 10.5.6 and I still have that noise....But why do you think that noise is in connection with this app?

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Well..

 

I have this program since I'm using iDeneb 10.5.6 and I still have that noise....But why do you think that noise is in connection with this app?

 

Hmmm... I'm just reinstall iDeneb 10.5.6 with this tool and the noise is disappeared ))) If it's not working for you, it's may be some another thing that I install with a new system....

 

And the question to all! If it's possible to do the same enabler for Tiger?

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Hmmm... I'm just reinstall iDeneb 10.5.6 with this tool and the noise is disappeared ))) If it's not working for you, it's may be some another thing that I install with a new system....

 

And the question to all! If it's possible to do the same enabler for Tiger?

 

Did you install with anyone of the sound options checked? I did not.And after OS install I installed the package for audio.Can you remember wich options did you checked?

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Did you install with anyone of the sound options checked? I did not.And after OS install I installed the package for audio.Can you remember wich options did you checked?

 

 

I'm install without any sound options cheked, because they not working for me.

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All thanks to Ricky26

 

My Comp. Setting

EP43-DS3L

Kalyway 10.5.2 (vanilla kernel)

PNY QuadroFX370 (with NVKush installed)

Sony DVD (IDE, DRU-V200A)

Samsung 750GB SATA HDD

 

 

EP43_DS3L_Sound.zip

 

Please download the file.

1. To make it simple, Please download OSX86Tools 1.0 @ http://######.com/osx86tools/

Use "install kext" option to install.

2. Uncompress .zip file attached with this post.

3. Install AppleHDA.kext

4. reboot

5. Install HDAenabler.kext

6. reboot

 

hopefully it solve the headache that I head.

 

Again, this was all possible by Ricky26!

 

Thank you so much. I guess my sound card ALC888 working with this one as I installed many drivers before it. The trick is to Check CLEAR CASH (ALL CACHES) and REPAIR PERMISSION in OSX86 TOOLS

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