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[SOLVED] 10.11.4 + No Audio on E7440 & E5530


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Have any of you had any breakthroughs with getting audio to work again with either your E7440 or E5530 Dell Latitude hackintoshes following the 10.11.4 update?

 

I found the thread below, but frankly I haven't been able to piece together specific steps that resulted in improvement:

 

Link:  https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/8491-dell-latitude-e5530-installation-working-approach/

 

I installed El Capitan via the following threads, with a LOT of help from the kind people who participate in this forum:

 

E7440:  https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/6461-guide-e7440-with-clover/

 

E5530:  https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/8491-dell-latitude-e5530-installation-working-approach/

 

From what I've seen in other places, there are mentions of other HDA files to use, but my installation approaches didn't seem to involve that from what I recall.

 

Any tips for measures I should take a run at?

 

Thinking forward, if I can get something to work successfully, I can post a guide for others to follow that one day find themselves in the same spot I am in at present.

 

Interestingly enough, I noticed that some people on Apple's own support forums mentioned issues with actual Apple-made computers following the 10.11.4 update, where they had been using USB audio devices which now are failing them.

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Looks like you're using Pokenguyen's guide for both Hacks.

For E7440, the audio kext = AppleHDAALC.kext

For E6430, the audio kext = AppleHDAIDT.kext

Both found in /System/Library/Extensions

 

You could do it 2 ways. Either use mine pre-prepared kexts or update them yourself.

1) For E7440, Find in Update section, download AppleHDA_ALC292, rename it to AppleHDAALC and overwrite it in /S/L/E with kextwizard

    For E6430, download AppleHDA_IDT and rename it to AppleHDAIDT.kext and overwrite it to /S/L/E with kextwizard

   

2) Follow guide here. Editing the 2 kexts mentioned

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No, they are not hidden. Perhaps you missed that step to add audio so you might not have it install. You could do a search for AppleHDA and see it shows up.

Otherwise just install the ones pertaining to your model from my Update section. The config files from those 2 guides don't have the updated patches for audio, so check my bootpack in post #2 for the patches or replace your bootpacks with mine.

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Would this approach be correct?

 

1) Download the E7440 boot back zip file.

 

2)  Copy its contents to the EFI directory on the hidden EFI volume.

 

3)  Extract the AppleHDA_ALC292.kext.zip file, and rename the file within to AppleHDAALC.kext

 

4)  Install AppleHDAALC.kext using KextWizard

 

5)  Reboot

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If you're going to be using my bootpack, then do this

1) Download the E7440 boot back zip file.

 

2)  Copy its contents to the EFI/Clover directory on the hidden EFI volume.

 

3)  Download AppleHDA_ALC292 from updated section, place in /EFI/Clover/Kexts/Other/LE

 

4)  Copy all kexts from /EFI/Clover/Kexts/Other/LE to /Library/Extensions

 

5)  Repair permission and rebuild cache, run from terminal

     sudo chmod -Rf 755 /L*/E*

      sudo chown -Rf 0:0 /L*/E*
      sudo touch -f /L*/E*
      sudo chmod -Rf 755 /S*/L*/E*
      sudo chown -Rf 0:0 /S*/L*/E*
      sudo touch -f /S*/L*/E*
      sudo kextcache -Boot -U /
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