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  1. Surprisingly, switching to VoodooHDA 2.9.0d10 solved all of my issues, it even automatically switches the inputs when unplugging headphones. So for once, I think everyone should try VoodooHDA, no issues at all.
  2. I tried that out, I'm still getting the same results, I also tried the combo jack on the side of the laptop, that mic works fine, but I don't understand why the internal mic doesn't work.
  3. Okay I see, thanks. Anyways, what about the AppleALC.kext issue? Would it be easier to switch to VoodooHDA?
  4. I tried out one Dr Hurt's kexts, but it seems to do the same thing with the one I had originally. And the the "Touchpad Settings" throw this error, probably because I'm running High Sierra.
  5. It's okay, I don't need it. Anyway, I don't know how I haven't noticed this yet, but the internal microphone doesn't work. I did check my BIOS to see if it's enabled, and it sure is, I mostly think it's the AppleALC.kext included in the bootpack. Is there any way to fix it?
  6. Well I like to play some casual games, so its basically impossible without using the TrackPoint or a USB mouse, which are not that ideal for me.
  7. Is there a way where I can type and move the mouse at the same time?
  8. Thank you so much, it worked like a charm!
  9. Thank you, but another issue remains, in order for the trackpad to register my finger, I have to put a bunch of pressure on it.
  10. After some further testing, there is this small issue, with the trackpad I am not able to drag anything, only move the mouse and click.
  11. Thank you for making this, now I can finally use macOS without any issues.
  12. I know it's been a while and all, but I got some good news for anyone with a BIOS newer than A03. macOS High Sierra seems to remove all of the graphical issues present in macOS Sierra or lower.
  13. Not really, the lowest I can go is A07, and I'm already on it.
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