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No Audio and Restart when shutdown Gigabyte H270 HD3

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¡Hello Guys!

 

im here with a new build to make a fully working Hackintosh.

 

The components are: 

 

-Gigabyte H270 HD3

-i5 7400

-8 GB Ram Corsair LPX 2400 MHZ

-Samsung 850 evo  250 GB SSD

-Integrated Kabylake graphics

 

 

All are working and bootable but I have 3 problems:

 

-Audio Realtek ALC 887 is not working (I tried with kexts but it doesn't shows anything)

 

-The system restart when I press shutdown 

 

-I can only show 1 monitor when I have 2 plugged, (one in HDMI Port and the other in DVI Port)

 

 

Could you help me with these?

 

¡thanks you so much!!

Here are my files and clover folder:

CLOVER.zip

iMac ioreg.zip

Send me iMac.zip

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Okey, guys,  I have done the audio part with Toleda´s Method :D

Now I have ordered a Nvidia cheap card to use dual monitor.

(cause im not getting work the dual monitor with intel)

 

The final problem is.

Why the computer restart when I want shutdown ?

this happens if I have a USB device inserted in front USB 3.0 Ports.

 

¡Thanks for the help!

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Okey, guys,  I have done the audio part with Toleda´s Method :D

Now I have ordered a Nvidia cheap card to use dual monitor.

(cause im not getting work the dual monitor with intel)

 

The final problem is.

Why the computer restart when I want shutdown ?

this happens if I have a USB device inserted in front USB 3.0 Ports.

 

¡Thanks for the help!

Enable Haltenabler in config file.

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