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  1. Hey, sorry I was having some issues with my job. I'll be able to update the guide very soon. As for the UEFI boot, you need to make sure you have UEFI boot selected in BIOS. Additionally, if your EFI folder doesn't have /EFI/Boot/BOOTX64.efi , it won't load the Clover without custom-defining the path. Herve, thank you for pointing out the errors in my config file, I will fix them ASAP. I had based my config off of the M6800 one, so that would explain the first two issues. The SMBIOS configuration is because I would get a black screen whether or not I was using discrete vs. onboard. Changing to the odd profile fixed it. When I get my machine up and running again, I will see to these issues.
  2. I still couldn't get it to work properly, so I went back to the VoodooHDA kext. Can confirm HDMI audio works fine.
  3. Do I still need the IDT definition kext if I'm using Clover patches?
  4. My Precision reports that I have IDT 92HD90 as the audio under BIOS. I don't have any experience with PatchedAppleHDA, so any pointers would be nice
  5. Will do. Do I need AppleHDADisabler for VoodooHDA? I've never had much luck with VoodooHDA. I'll check out that Ethernet kext! EDIT: Ethernet works now. Thank you! EDIT 2: VoodooHDA works. Have to edit the volume change fix in info.plist.
  6. Specifications: Working: Not working: Other Notes: EDIT: For anyone interested, I'll be writing a guide here soon with more progress on my hackintosh. I have to start over fresh from Windows, so I'll let you know how that goes. EFI.zip
  7. How exactly do I go about that? I'm trying to get the patched AppleHDA running so I don't have my processor stuck at 1.6 Ghz
  8. I have a D830, same exact specs. Mine runs fine. If you need any files from it (even if it's just a backup), I'd be more than willing to share. I might look into SMBIOS configuration, that gave incorrect readings for my CPU, and when I had the wrong one for a while, it wouldn't read PCI devices.
  9. Ha, I've got a DisplayPort, but I never use it. Thank you for all of the help!
  10. Are there any advantages to using patched AppleHDA instead of VoodooHDA? I've gotten Voodoo to work now.
  11. This can be marked as solved. I downloaded the .pkg installer from SourceForge and it worked to install VoodooHDA. I had to edit the info.plist to enable volume slider control, in case anyone else needs help with topic. EDIT: You also have to disable Intel Speedstep in BIOS to make sound work properly.
  12. Alright, my audio controller is IDT 92HD71. Got it from BIOS. If either of you have instructions somewhere (or an already patched AppleHDa for this controller), just send me the link and I'll get to it. Again, thank you so much for the help.
  13. That's the bootpack I started with After that VoodooHDA didn't work, I got both versions from SourceForge lspci returned... command not found. Isn't it on Mac? I'll fire up a good ol' Ubuntu stick to run it.
  14. Okay, I went ahead with the re-image. I tried putting the VoodooHDA and AppleHDADisabler in /S/L/E and still no sound. Sound Settings panel shows "No audio output devices" and VoodooHDA panel pops up and says "No VoodooHDA devices installed!" Any thoughts? I've considered patching AppleHDA, but that seems like a huge pain to do, even though other people are not having problems with the VoodooHDA with similar builds (E6400).
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