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sigmatel high definition audio codec - i915

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I have this problem, when ever I use osx I cant hear nothing, I'm completely deaf. I figured it might have something to do with all the partying I've been doing lately but then it hit me, the drivers must not be functioning properly.


I have a dell xps m140 with an intel 915g chipset featuring gma900, a 1.86ghz dothan, and sigmatel high definition audio codec. Thats all it says in device manager under windows. According to the wiki the sigmatel hda version for the 945 works perfectly right out of the box, well this one aint doing that. I'm running 10.4.3 patched by jas if anybody could help me out with this I'd hug them. thanks in advance!

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I haven't had any luck with my sigmatel 9200 in 10.4.[3-5]. By the way, randomblame, does your PCMCIA slot work in 10.4.3?



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I have only the older pcmcia cards and none of the new cardbus devices to try out so I cant say wowy. I still have had no success with the audio if anyone else has anyluck or suggestions that would be great

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