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Audio driving me nuts

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So I have been fighting with my audio since I installed OSX, tonight I decided to try something and plug in some normal computer speakers through the onboard line out, well ...they work. So I have sound working through the Line Out, but can not for the life of me get my actual, sound system set up to work. I am using optical SPDIF from the motherboard to my receiver. If I reboot into Windows it works fine, so I know that the cable is in. I've tried selecting optical in Audio in System Preferences.

 

Any ideas? Is there something I can edit in a Kext file or some? Is there perhaps a special kext I need to get optical working?

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Sorry, it's a Realtek ACL889 on a EVGA x58 E758.

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Hi!

 

http://www.insanelym...-lion-108-beta/ Try this tool. It doesn't work always, as you can see by the last post, but it improves your chances a lot.\

 

Best regards!

Thank you, but, ... Mountain Lion 10.8 only.

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Try VoodooHDA2.7.2.

install it with kextutility. or Kext Wizard.

 

or if you can find a copy of VoodooHDA.pkg the mac os installer will install it for you.

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