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Sorry Spakk, what versionof VoodooHDA do i have to use for my audio? Is there  a link you can give me to download the correct version...i used VoodooHDA on Yosemite, but i don't remember what version

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Sorry Spakk, what versionof VoodooHDA do i have to use for my audio? Is there  a link you can give me to download the correct version...i used VoodooHDA on Yosemite, but i don't remember what version

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/297207-voodoohda-285-for-mavericks-slice-anv-signed/

...but as already written, it is useful to use an OS X compatible USB soundcard. because AppleHDA will probably not work with the internal sound card, and VoodooHDA, is a matter of taste.

 

see for example here: http://geizhals.eu/?cat=sndusb&sort=p

 

OS X Compatible: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Surround 5.1 Pro, SBX Pro Studio, USB is  (€ 39,99)

http://geizhals.eu/creative-sound-blaster-x-fi-surround-5-1-pro-70sb109500007-a1274277.html

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In yosemite the only problem i had was that i've to disable C1E from BIOS, because of audio stuttering....but everything worked good, then, it's not a problem to use Voodoo, if it works


ooooooooooooook, the audio is working with 2.8.5 Mavericks installer from the post of link above :D no lag with C1E on auto in bios settings, but i have problem when i try to play 1080p youtube video, very laggy, no problem on 720p

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Sorry Spakk, i recently apply USB Fix V3 on 2nd hdd after update, but i've to add this command on secondary

 

sudo chown root:admin /, but if i had to rebuild in secondary HDD named 10.11 Clone? what command?

sudo kextcache -system-prelinked-kernel

sudo kextcache -system-caches"

 

As i'm starting still from the first, how to point that command on secondary HDD, how to select 2nd hdd on terminal?

 

During boot i read a verbose line with invalid opcode error....maybe for this reason

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Probably the VoodooHDA caused the problems, follow this download link and install the new update (VoodooHDA 2.8.8)
http://www.osx86.net/files/file/1194-voodoohda-288-pkg-installer/
https://sourceforge.net/projects/voodoohda/files/

 

Edit:

if it should not be fixed the problem, then fix with Disk Warrior, then you should be able to boot.

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Nothing to do, i think i have to redo everything form the beginning....same errors even after voodooHDA2.8.8 and disk warriors...i try to clone again, update an fix again.

Really strange, first i had problems with usb but system started, now the system does not start and no more usb errors like before :D

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Successfully updated to 10.11.4

Cloned on 2nd Hdd, removed kexts from S/L/E, appllied usb fix v3 through Kext Wizard, installed system.kext from kernel folderto S/LE/, repaired permission and rebuild the cache, now all works perfectly​

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