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Intel NUC i5 hdmi sound problem

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Hi, My first post. I have an Intel Nuc DC53427HYEpost-1338925-0-58055700-1398542803_thumb.jpg which I have installed mavericks on. Everything is working fine but no audio via HDMI. Sleep, updates, iTunes etc work out the box. very quick and loving it but no Sound. Also will only boot with usb in. I can live with the boot thing for nowpost-1338925-0-85803600-1398542715_thumb.jpg. Any advice? Cheers.  

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Why not do it the right way?

 

I know VoodooHDA is not the most elegant way of getting sound but I think its the most beginner-friendly method.

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Right I am going to erase and start again. I have messed about since installing 10.9.1. I have done the  Still no sound. When I installed Mavericks it installed with no problems other than the audio and updated by request via iTunes. I need to do a clean install, its only couple of days in. I want to know which boot loader is best for new motherboards. I really don't want windows on it, they called it windows for a reason...Pick one.. your going threw it. :yes:  Linux is my next option as intel supports but no thanks. been there/ done that. I like my iNUC. Ohh and the easiest option is usb audio but who wants that.  :w00t:

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Ok the noob with Nuc is back. Posting on a Fresh install after doing a lot of reading and it still doesn't sink in. I don't have a windows partition its a single boot set up. Boots without usb.  Graphics are ok but running videos from tube stops after 10-30 seconds. I don't want to ruin this install. All works bar stop/start videos and audio. Sorry for my thickness. Ubuntu works spot on as I have it on another ssd. Its laughably frustrating but i know its a few clicks away from near perfect. 

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