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  1. I forgot to mention Herve, I had originally tried that but graphics only work if you place those files into /S/L/E
  2. So I patched my system and I'm using a macbookpro8,1 smbios again. Booting up again, still no internal speaker sound even though it shows up. Headset and HDMI works fine. Overall, about the same as with the MacBookAir Smbios but maybe a bit better on battery life. Will keep trying to figure out how to get sound using the AppleALC.kext, Lilu and Whatevergreen. I tried installing them into /L/E/ Rather than /EFI/Clover/Kexts Same result. But I have a separate thread for that.
  3. Hi Herve, I'm not too sure on how to do this. Yes, I had added my 5 HD3000 kexts from High Sierra into /S/L/E. ( I will remove and place into /L/E instead to see if that makes any difference. It's strange, it was all working fine on 10.14.1 (except for speaker sound) Headphones and HDMI sound was perfect. Thanks Herve.
  4. Unfortunately same result. Any other things I could try to do? Thanks
  5. Good morning to all. Just updated from 10.14.1 to 10.14.2 on Dell e6420 using the same MacbookAir 5,1 SMBiOS that allowed me to use my old dell with 10.14 and 10.14.1 but ever since the update today to 10.14.2 the only way I can boot is in safe mode, then in safe mode I have to rebuild cache and restart. The first time it boots properly again but if I restart again, I get the same issue, half way thru booting the screen turns black and the computer restarts over and over i.e. It never fully boots up. I'm thinking maybe I need a config or kext update? I also updated Clover to the latest but still same result. Another thing is maybe I need to place my older High Sierra HD3000 kexts into /L/E rather than /S/L/E I have attached my new debug files. Any suggestions guys??? Thanks as always. debug_29949.zip
  6. So I have a live dvd or linux mint, booted it and tested my speakers and they work on Linux. I tried to run that command to dump the codec onto the linux mint desktop but since I'm running Linux Mint from a DVD I could not create any folders but I did get the two Codec Files from the asound folder. Hopefully this is all you need codecs.zip I do have the entire asound folder copied to USB, but in the past those were the only ones I needed. If you need other files please let me know. Thanks so much.
  7. Ok I will do that tonight. Thanks again for your help.
  8. Ok well this might be the issue. I don't have those entries in Clover Config. I had them at some point in the past but I must have omitted them at some point. Maybe I need to update my config? Anyhow I'll try to work on this tonight when I get home from work. Just one thing else I forgot to mention. In this config I forgot to disable the Apple Audio Patches. They are on my real config. THis is the last one I got when I built my debug files. Just in case you were thinking that was the problem. config.plist.zip
  9. Ok good idea. I'll put my linux mint DVD in and try it out tonight. I dumped my codecs a long time ago. So I will need to re-read how to do that. But first, i'll check to make sure my speakers actually still work. I'll send results as soon as I can.
  10. Hello my friend thank you for your efforts. Unfortunately after installing I have the same results. It's ok though, I'm happy with it. I use headphones most of the time anyways at work. I'm pretty sure it's the smbios that doesn't allow it to work well, or it could be that my speakers actually broke. It is an older computer. It was working on Sierra though just a few days ago. The most important thing is that it works well, it doesn't freeze up like High Sierra use to. Battery drains a little quicker again mostly because I chose an Ivy Bridge SMBIOS when i have Sandy Bridge but I also see a boast in speed. Not a lot but enough to notice a difference. Anyhow I thank you, Jake Lo and the rest of the community for taking the time to help out. Thanks again. P.s. if you have any other suggestions or things that I could try please let me know.
  11. Ok thank you. I'll give it a shot. Ill let you know. I'm at work right now, so I might not be able to test till later on tonight.
  12. Sure that would be great to test out.
  13. Thats correct my friend. I get sound when the headsets are plugged in and I also get TV speaker sound when I plug it via HDMI, but nothing from the laptop speakers themselves. If I'm not mistaken I thought I read somewhere that Layout 12 and 3 are no longer supported by Apple if using Mojave???
  14. I actually can't remember, will check later on.
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