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Some pointers needed on how to use DSDT

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I installed High Sierrra but can't get audio to work. The installation guide said something about using DSDT to make audio working. Are there some tutorials or postings on how to edit a DSDT?

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Uh... I'm too stupid for this, I guess. I use Clover Configurator, mount the EFI partition and load the config.plist. Then I go to the devices tab and in the Audio section there is a drop-down which offers me a blank space, the option "no" and the option "detect". What should I use there?

 

Oh and BTW, the installation guide I used to install High Sierra was actually yours! :-)

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26 minutes ago, Deep_Thought said:

Uh... I'm too stupid for this, I guess. I use Clover Configurator, mount the EFI partition and load the config.plist. Then I go to the devices tab and in the Audio section there is a drop-down which offers me a blank space, the option "no" and the option "detect". What should I use there?

 

Oh and BTW, the installation guide I used to install High Sierra was actually yours! :-)

Definitely don't use 'Detect', that will likely get it wrong.  AppleALC should support ALC892 on layout-id 1.  If that doesn't work, there's more you can try here.

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Goddamn, I screwed up my config.plist first. After cleaning it up and shuffling around with the kexts, everything works all of a sudden. No idea why. Looks like I really was too stupid in the first place.

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On 8/24/2018 at 3:55 PM, Deep_Thought said:

Goddamn, I screwed up my config.plist first. After cleaning it up and shuffling around with the kexts, everything works all of a sudden. No idea why. Looks like I really was too stupid in the first place.

Happens to the best of us haha!  Good to hear you got it sorted out!

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