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Salve ragazzi ho installato mountain lion sul pc di un mio amico con mobo p5k-se/epu scheda video radeon hd5450 e cpu intel core 2 duo e funziona tutto alla perfezione tranne l'audio che è bruciato sulla mobo già di suo. Boot in 20 sec senza dsdt nella cartella extra.

Ora abbiamo comprato una scheda audio con chipset ALC888 con attacco PCIe x1 che però mountain lion non vede proprio...

Ho provato a installare l'applehda modificato con l'hda enabler, ho provato a patchare il dsdt ma niente, ora mi chiedevo il metodo di installazione da pcie x1 è uguale a quello come se avesse la stessa scheda integrata? o cambia qualcosa?

Se vado in resoconto di sistema alla voce schede pci mi dice "Questo computer non contiene nessuna scheda PCI. Se disponi di schede PCI, assicurati che siano state installate correttamente."

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