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AppleHDA Patching in 10.9 Mavericks

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Line out. But then i tried all of the other ones as well.

See ML-Realtek ALC AppleHDA Screenshots in toleda/audio_ALCInjection.  It matters what audio device is selected and what connector the speakers are plugged into.  For example, Internal Speakers is the motherboard green port.

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See ML-Realtek ALC AppleHDA Screenshots in toleda/audio_ALCInjection.  It matters what audio device is selected and what connector the speakers are plugged into.  For example, Internal Speakers is the motherboard green port.

Checked that. Internal speakers and connect to the green port. Nothing. Any luck with those files?

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I also noticed that when i play a song on iTunes, the pause button appears but the track seeker doesn't move at all. Don't know if this helps.

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10.8.4

Im confused, this is a Mavericks thread, your IOReg says you have a 10.8.5 kernel installed and you run 10.8.4 OS X.  Audio may never work on that configuration; suggest 10.8.5F23 or newer. 

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Im confused, this is a Mavericks thread, your IOReg says you have a 10.8.5 kernel installed and you run 10.8.4 OS X.  Audio may never work on that configuration; suggest 10.8.5F23 or newer. 

I am using the 10.8.5 kernel for Haswell support. Your thread (http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/290797-mountain-lion-realtek-alc-applehda-audio/) says the supported OS releases are 10.8 - 10.8.4. So i thought since i am running 10.8.4, patching the audio kext should work. Unless the kernel is causing the problem?

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I am using the 10.8.5 kernel for Haswell support. Your thread (http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/290797-mountain-lion-realtek-alc-applehda-audio/) says the supported OS releases are 10.8 - 10.8.4. So i thought since i am running 10.8.4, patching the audio kext should work. Unless the kernel is causing the problem?

I have tested 10.8.4 only with the kernel included in the combo update. The first 2 10.8.5 betas did not work (no sound) with the 10.8.4 AppleHDA.kext; 10.8.5 F23 and newer works (sound) with the 10.8.4 AppleHDA.kext.  I have no idea why it didn't work or why it is working now.

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Replace AD1984 to ALC662, and ALC884 to zero

 

8419d411 > 6206ec10

8408ec10 > 00000000

 

I confirm it work well :)

I patched my AppleHDA with (Used app HexFiend):

 

84 08 ec 10 replace 00 00 00 00

84 19 d4 11 replace 69 02 EC 10

 

My system:

- Sound card : ALC269VB ( Nodes : 12 14 18 21)

- OS X : Mavericks 10.9 DP5

- AppleHDA.kext build 2.5.2

- I'm using Clover. I have to config file Config.plist with NoCaches = Yes

 

Note: 69 02 EC 10 is my Vendor ID, your sound card may be different. If you use NoCaches = No, AppleHDA.kext will be not load !

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x79s-up5 AppleHDA ALC898.. anyone?

 

NO Clue at all !!!  :(

 

You will have to use the AppleHDA on my blog for now on the non 10.9 DMG and use the DSDT and AppleHDA on the DMG for Gigabyte until we can get it working. 

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You will have to use the AppleHDA on my blog for now on the non 10.9 DMG and use the DSDT and AppleHDA on the DMG for Gigabyte until we can get it working. 

 

Sorry  I'll try every update on your site,

Your appleHDA patch never work on my gigabyte mobo. 

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Sorry  I'll try every update on your site,

Your appleHDA patch never work on my gigabyte mobo. 

I was referring to the old DMG and DSDT's for Pre 10.9. That works fine in 10.9 but the DSDT's have sleep issues unlike the ones on the 10.9 DMG. 

 

 

The latest one on the 10.9 DMG is working on non x79 GB boards. Not sure... post a IOreg and install the one from the DMG I posted last night before you post it. Thanks. 

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Still not working

 

screenshot

http://cl.ly/image/1F2v2l3j1X05

 

Ioreg

http://cl.ly/0k103T1p1r3x

 

Using Last AppleHDA on your DMG

http://cl.ly/2Z3l2I26321e

 

I was referring to the old DMG and DSDT's for Pre 10.9. That works fine in 10.9 but the DSDT's have sleep issues unlike the ones on the 10.9 DMG. 

 

 

The latest one on the 10.9 DMG is working on non x79 GB boards. Not sure... post a IOreg and install the one from the DMG I posted last night before you post it. Thanks. 

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Anyone with ALC888? I've tried dozens of solutions posted by people since Snow Leopard, the only one that worked I couldn't recall where I got it, but it's a really old version, and gives out electric buzzes (don't know what you call it, but annoying as hell) in Mavericks from time to time. Stuck with Voodoo, which barely works, for now... :(

EDIT: Tried this...

Replace AD1984 to ALC662, and ALC884 to zero
 
8419d411 > 6206ec10
8408ec10 > 00000000


In addition to binary patch AppleHDA (8419d411 > 8808ec10), I just turn on the HDEF bit in Clover and HDAInject 888. Still no luck (grey icon in the menubar "no output device," and lots of sound assertion of course). Am I missing something?

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Hello. Can anyone give an advice of how to get rid of them?

30/09/13 14:32:12,000 kernel[0]: Sound assertion in AppleHDAWidget at line 2181
30/09/13 14:33:05,000 kernel[0]: Sound assertion in AppleHDAWidget at line 2181
30/09/13 14:33:56,000 kernel[0]: Sound assertion in AppleHDAWidget at line 2181
30/09/13 14:34:46,000 kernel[0]: Sound assertion in AppleHDAWidget at line 2181
30/09/13 14:35:36,000 kernel[0]: Sound assertion in AppleHDAWidget at line 2181

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Hello! Thanks again for all the precious info!
Do you know the codec/string I should replace to enable ALC268? Thanks!

 

EDIT.: I received the info that ALC268 is one of the native AppleHDA codecs, so no replace is necessary. I need to confirm it.

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Anyone with ALC888? I've tried dozens of solutions posted by people since Snow Leopard, the only one that worked I couldn't recall where I got it, but it's a really old version, and gives out electric buzzes (don't know what you call it, but annoying as hell) in Mavericks from time to time. Stuck with Voodoo, which barely works, for now... :(

 

EDIT: Tried this...

In addition to binary patch AppleHDA (8419d411 > 8808ec10), I just turn on the HDEF bit in Clover and HDAInject 888. Still no luck (grey icon in the menubar "no output device," and lots of sound assertion of course). Am I missing something?

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I have some issue but my codec is AD 1988 :/

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hello, I installed mavericks on my second PC in my signature but I have a problem with the audio. 

 

In information system, inputs and outputs are recognized, but in the system preferences I have nothing. 

 

How can I fix? 

 

thanks

 

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hello, I installed mavericks on my second PC in my signature but I have a problem with the audio. 
 
In information system, inputs and outputs are recognized, but in the system preferences I have nothing. 
 
How can I fix? 
 
thanks
 
post-31099-0-95439100-1394668792.png

 

 

anyone?

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