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So my Hackintosh build is almost complete, just working out a few kinks. The main reason I even started my Hackintosh build was to use it as a Music Studio to run Logic and Pro tools. Here's the problem:

 

My 2 KRK monitors are connected via my audio interface (M-Audio Profire 610) which is FIREWIRE. Anytime I play a song or video I hear a loud hissing/buzzing noise. Now when I play a song in Win7 I have no problem. So its obviously my Hackintosh.

 

Yes, I do have the latest Drivers for my Audio Interface.

 

I've been searching the internet for a solution and haven't found one so thats why I started this topic.

 

So how do I get rid of this noise?

 

Am i suppose to delete any audio kexts?

My sound is normal when I plug in headphones directly into my mobo (instead of firewire). So im not sure if it's an audio kext.

 

Are there any firewire kexts im supposed to delete or download?

 

I read something about my firewire not getting enough power in Hackintosh, anyone care to explain this a little better?

 

I've gotten a lot of help from this forum so I'm really hoping someone knows about this problem. =(

 

ASUS Sabertooth X58

 

Thank you!

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Has anyone got their onboard firewire to work with hackintosh?

 

Anyone know of any kexts that would enable onboard firewire?

 

Any luck with the sabertooth x58 mobo firewire?

 

...or do i just have to buy a Apple compatible Firewire card?

 

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Has anyone got their onboard firewire to work with hackintosh?

Yes, mine is working with in my ASUS P6t WS pro, without any extra things, works with SL own drivers.

 

...or do i just have to buy a Apple compatible Firewire card?

 

My Motu828MKII works well (but you can say it's Apple compatible.....)

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