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You can try Voodoohda 2.8.4 for your audio, which (if you have more than just two speakers, like my HP Envy does) will improve the overall sound, however if you only have two speakers the patched AppleHDA will be fine, I believe to use it you need to create or edit your dsdt and find the part about audio, your layout ID may be different than mine, but for me it had to be set to 12. Since you used Iatkos (ugh, I hate distro's, they're too easy/and there's no way to know why something does or doesn't work) you are probably using chameleon as your bootloader right? Try voodoo hda 2.8.4 first and see if it works.

Before using Voodoohda you have to remover AppleHDA or you will probably have a kernel panic/reboot. Don't forget to move AppleHDA first if you do go this route

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Yes, but in multi speaker laptops, for example the Hp envy which has to user facing speakers, two top speakers near the display and a subwoofer underneath, apple hda provides mediocre sound at best, as it lacks all but the two user facing speakers. This is why I suggested trying voodoo. Only if the laptop has more than two speakers though.

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Thank you all i got my sounds and i bought tp link for wifi. And its working now. Everything is okay now. Thanks again.. If i have the same laptop you can ask me if you wany to install iatkos ml2.. ^_^

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