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ALC888 how to make it work?

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I have found many posts to make it work. Some talk about dstt some about kext, some both. 


Even seen a topic resolved by installing alc882 kext. But most these topics are not linking the files used at their setup or did not work for me (most likely their osx version differed from mine). I couldn't understand or could find detailed step by step guide to create a dstt (as I remember its name may differ) also.


I'm on 1.6.4 and having freezes in videos while playing flash videos (latest flash) which I connected to not having an audio device.


My audio is on board on an MSI Platinum P35.


Can anybody help me who had been successful at installing this device?


Thank you.

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The freezing videos could be your video card running out of memory (maybe), while there's many ways of doing the audio. I personally haven't gotten to audio yet because I want to do the GFX card first. I am damn near in tears over this GFX Card business. 

I've also seen people say use a DSDT or use a kext.. Some say to use both. I really have no idea what I'm- just look at my avatar. 

Also, you're not at 10.6.8, why?

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