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VoodooHDA Almost working perfectly

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Hi, how are you? Now i'm using this Voodoohda with my GA Z77M-D3H



And i have to say that every port it's working like it should, BUT, the front audio and back audio can't work at the same time.

Why i want this? In the back of my pc i have connected a speaker, and when i don't want to use i turn them off, and plug my headphones to my front audio. But with this, i have to unplug the speaker in order to have the front audio working.


Is there a way to use the front audio while the speakers at the back are still plugged?

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Try VoodooHDA 2.8.4: http://sourceforge.net/projects/voodoohda/files/VoodooHDA-v284.zip/download


Remove AppleHDA or install AppleHDADisabler to use it


Hint: Install with Kext Wizard and update cache


Nope, and when i turn on the system, the default audio output it's not selected. That means that the audio is not working, i have to go to audio settings and select my audio output. Plus, the microphone now doesn't work. I'm going back to the old voodoohda.

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