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[Lion] HDMI audio with GT220 don't works

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Hi ;),


I have build an Hackintosh for use als HTPC. I have everything working, except my HDMI audio. The most important thing for me... I have tried many different methods, but I can't fix it. So I hope you could help me with HDMI audio in Lion. My specifications are in my signature and I will post my 'log' in this start post!


I think my DSDT edits are good, because it shows up in Systemprofiler... But it doesn't show up in Systempreferences > Audio... Should it be a DSDT problem with PEG0 > PEGP or something? I didn't know how to edit that..


I did much research and I made a checklist of my research and the requirements for HDMI audio!



Systemprofiler > Displays screenshot

Shows it Television = Yes? Yes

Is everything good recognized of your GPU? Yes


Systemprofiler > Audio screenshot

Does it show your audio chip and correct inputs / outputs? Yes

Does it show HDMI / Display port output? Yes


Systempreferences > Displays screenshot

Do you see 720p and 1080p output? Yes


DSDT download DSDT

Do you use a DSDT? Yes

Do you have a HDAU section with HDA GFX? Yes

Do you have a GFX0 section with HDA GFX? Yes

Do you have a GFX0 section with @1,connector-type and @0,connector-type? Yes

Do you have a working HDEF section in DSDT? Yes, works with AppleHDA kext


IOREG download IOREG log

Can you find an HDAU section in ioreg? Yes

Is there a HDA GFX inside HDAU? Yes

What is your HDMI device id? (from IOREG)? de 10 e2 0b (thats the device id inside AppleHDA).

What is your HDMI codec id? (from IOREG)? 0a 00 de 10 (that's also the codec id inside AppleHDA).



Have you connected the television to your HTPC (with HDMI cable)? Yes

What do you use for GPU support? GraphicsEnabler

How have you got normal audio working? (ALC 889)? With and modified AppleHDA kext from > http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=140941). (search for ALC889 "(Gigabyte Sandy Bridge mother boards)")

What version of AppleHDA do you use? version 2.1.1f12


Other downloads: Extra folder


I hope you could help me to find a solution :).

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Does someone have a idea? I don't know how to fix it ...

I have checked my HDMI device and codec id and it is the same as the ID in the AppleHDA.

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It may be weird, but I use appleHDA combined with voodooHDA to get both onboard audio and HDMI work in the same time


- for the onboard ALC272X, I use appleHDA with DSDT edit for HDEF section.

- for HDMI, I use voodoo HDA, by change IOPCIClassMatch in the info.plist

to IOPCIPrimary Match. I also have same controller with you (10de:0be2) with nVidia GT 330M

It will detect four of the HDMI audios but the usable one is 2nd.


The version of voodooHDA you can use is old version only (0.2.1 is the best)

because newer version of voodooHDA acting strangely with the 0be2 controller







But I prefer onboard ALC272X enabled by voodooHDA because the sound is more clear and more beautiful, especially when use with "Pure Music"


and sure, HDMI won't work when I use voodooHDA to enable the onboard one.


for 3 years now, I've searching for the method to enable 10de:0be2 HDMI audio by using AppleHDA


but I've never made it success, so sad T^T


If someone can help me, I will be very thankful to you.

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