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Realtek ALC660 vs Mavericks

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Hello world,smiley3431.gif

I have after much back and forth managed OS X on a 6 year old laptop with MBR formatted drive to get to work.

It is a Toshiba Sattelite L40-17S

http://www.toshiba.de/Contents/Toshiba_d ... tellite_L40.pdf

After many many installations even the Intel GMA X3100 was so halfway under Mavericks.

Now I have the problem that I do not get to run the sound and hope you can help me.

Under Lion and ML it was very easy with VoodooHDA or AppleHDA, this Funktionionieren not. I errinere bleak that it worked with a ALC662.kext times, but cause my minutely only a kernel panic. I get the Realtek ALC660 simply not run: (

I hope you might know how it goes;)

Greetings Julian




-Toshiba L40-17S
-Intel Celeron M 1,6 Ghz x64
-Intel GMA X3100 (Runs under x64)
-500 GB Seagate Hybrid HDD
-3072 MB DDR2 @ 667 MHz
-Broadcom WLAN a/b/g/n WiFi Card
-Realteak ALC 660 (runs under 10.7/10.8 but not 10.9)

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in downloads there is file  for ALC 262 that has the taragu hda patcher in it.

Find your codec . put both in a folder, then drag your codec over the patcher and it will patch your codec.

Then install your hda kext.(search). with kext utility.

Run disk util repair and restart. Has worked on 3 mac OS for me.

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Looks good how do i find my sound codec? is that the VIA VTI708s?


Wanna give this a try!

can you offer more help via pm?

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