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Crackling Sound CX20757

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Hello

 

I successfully installed Yosemite on my amd laptop Lenovo G505s

 

Sound is very buggy. I am using VoodooHdA 2.8.6 kext. Sound output from headset and internal speakers is awfully bad, choppy, laggy etc

 

My sound card is CX20757 (conexant smart audio) / 14f15115

Headset: Logitech h340 USB

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Delete the current kext, install the new, and rebuild the permissions and cache.

Still no change. Tried plugging in other speakers, sound is exactly as bad. I can't find the root of the problem, let alone a fix!  :rofl:

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With AMD Systems a patched AppleHDA will only work on NForce chips for some reason. 

Oops sorry, I forgot that is a AMD system  :P

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Hello

 

I successfully installed Yosemite on my amd laptop Lenovo G505s

 

Sound is very buggy. I am using VoodooHdA 2.8.6 kext. Sound output from headset and internal speakers is awfully bad, choppy, laggy etc

 

My sound card is CX20757 (conexant smart audio) / 14f15115

Headset: Logitech h340 USB

 

I have Lenovo G510 and it also have the same Sound Card i.e. CX20757. 

I am using El Capitan on it and  AppleHDA-272.18.1-CX20757.zip kext worked perfectly for me.

I had to inject Layout ID 3, using Clover. 

 

<key>Audio</key>
<dict>
<key>Inject</key>
<integer>3</integer>
</dict>
 
Sound Quality is great and way better then Voodoo

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