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Peeeeep in the headphones after AppleHDAPatcher at GA-EP35-DS3R

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I've successfully patched my 10.5.1 OS X installation at GA-EP35-DS3R/Core2Duo E8200/NVidia 8600 GTS system... (Success is in that I can hear any sound from my headphones)


But after booting I've heard not only music, but a high endless peeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep in my headphones (It is actually connected to the motherboard).


Maybe I makes something wrong? Or I choosed wrong dump file?


Please help.

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Get iDeneb I think it was 10.5.6 and install AppleHDA 889 or ALC888 for audio. there is tutorial for that. It worked for me out of the box. Now if I can get 10.6 SL to run!

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