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ASUS ATI Radeon 5770 CuCore HDMI sound

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I have a hackintosh:

Motherboard: Asus P5KPL-AM SE

CPU: Core 2 Duo E7500

RAM: 2x2GB

GPU: ASUS ATI Radeon 5770 CuCore.


Almost everything works fine (I installed this one for motherboard audio: http://www.osx86.net/files/file/1194-voodoohda-2-8-4-pkg-installer/ ) but there is no hdmi option for GPU.

I found this one:  but I don't understand what I shall to do.


Could someone help me about this? Maybe a step by step guide?


Thank you so much!






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Sorry for my mistake! I forgot it. So the question is: how can i enable hdmi sound on my GPU?

Thank you!

Edited by duckdany
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I have installed it (see the link above) and injected EnableHDMIAudio in chameleon boot plist. After it i can see a hdmi output in settings but i think, that it is not the gpu hdmi. I think it because i have no sound over hdmi on my tv.

So i don't know that how i can do it.

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