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Hey guys,


So I decided to bite the bullet, and since I already had access to it anyway, installed Mountain Lion on my hackintosh.


Everything works, except my audio.


I have an ASUS P5N-D motherboard with an nForce 750i chipset and a Realtek ALC883 audio codec. I already have a patched DSDT (thanks to verdant), which allows me to see the "Intel High Definition Audio Device" in System Profiler.


Now what i need is a properly patched AppleHDA.kext to allow me to use my SPDIF output, but i couldn't find one yet.


I don't want to use VoodooHDA. since it always resets the audio settings on boot.


I know I could script that, but I just want it to work natively.


Oh, and i also know that I desperately need to upgrade to one of these fancy Gigabyte UD-series motherboards but, we'll see about that when I have the money.


Thank you guys in advance for your awesome work



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Apparently it didn't work, so it checked out the AppleHDA.kext patching thread but verbit doesn't work (gives me a "ERROR: This doesn't appear to be an alsa codec dump file

" error).


Can somebody patch me a AppleHDA.kext with the attached codec dump made directly from Ubuntu?




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