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Toshiba m105-s3074 sound not working alc861


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Can anyone help me with my sound? I just installed mac jas 10.4.7 on to my laptop and so far my sound and wireless network isnt working. I know that my wireless is not going to work until someone figures out how to fix the intel wireless card.

 

I have the Realtek HD sound card in my toshiba. Its the ALC861, I have tried modifying the Appleazilla file in the extensions folder but I have had no luck. I get the sound symbol on the top but I can't adjust the volume bar. I have looked at my device hardware and I have

 

VEN. 10EC Dev. 0861 from the sound realtek device

VEN. 27D8 Dev. 8086 from the microsoft UAA bus drivers

 

If someone could help me that would be great.

 

There is also another VEN. 11C1 Dev. 3026 found in the Microsoft UAA Bus Drivers in the Bus Relations

 

Thanks

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VEN. 10EC Dev. 0861 from the sound realtek device

VEN. 27D8 Dev. 8086 from the microsoft UAA bus drivers

Actually, that last one is backwards. It should say: VEN. 8086 Dev. 27D8 from the microsoft UAA bus drivers

 

Try following this guide using 0x10ec0861 for the first string and 0x27d88086 for the second string: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=18642

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Actually, that last one is backwards. It should say: VEN. 8086 Dev. 27D8 from the microsoft UAA bus drivers

 

Try following this guide using 0x10ec0861 for the first string and 0x27d88086 for the second string: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=18642

 

 

I followed the forum and I still have no luck. I still get the volume icon but the slider wont move. I am thinking I might end up getting a usb sound card if I cant solve this problem. Thanks for the correction

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I followed the forum and I still have no luck. I still get the volume icon but the slider wont move. I am thinking I might end up getting a usb sound card if I cant solve this problem. Thanks for the correction

 

That doesn't solve anything. What we need is someone that really understands OSX and audio.

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