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    Thx, I'll give it a try in few mins and give You the answer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kudlacz87 View Post
    Thx, I'll give it a try in few mins and give You the answer.
    Ok. Audio works after update (VoodooHDA.kext) but volume control keys don't work :/

    Also lan RTL8101E/8102E doesn't work. Sadly, can't find the solution for it but I know that Lion supports that model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kudlacz87 View Post
    Ok. Audio works after update (VoodooHDA.kext) but volume control keys don't work :/

    Also lan RTL8101E/8102E doesn't work. Sadly, can't find the solution for it but I know that Lion supports that model.
    Good,
    Does wifi work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Help View Post
    Good,
    Does wifi work.
    Nope,that card is unsupported yet.

    Audio now works fine, I've just modified the info.plist in VoodoHDA and got everything working including HF output and all volume controls. Clear sound without any glitches. If You want, I'll post a step by step info for my IDT HDAudio when I get back home.

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kudlacz87 View Post
    Nope,that card is unsupported yet.

    Audio now works fine, I've just modified the info.plist in VoodoHDA and got everything working including HF output and all volume controls. Clear sound without any glitches. If You want, I'll post a step by step info for my IDT HDAudio when I get back home.

    Cheers.
    Do you need to install any kexts in /System/Library/Extensions? If yes Google the kexts files and download them on to your desktop. Then download and run KextBeast and reboot.


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    VoodooHDA.kext in /S/L/E. If your sound is glitchy and volume controls don't work propertly, open /S/L/E/VoodooHDA.kext\Contents and open Info.plist with plist editor. Then search for :
    Code:
    <key>Vectorize</key>
    <false/>
    <key>VoodooHDAEnableHalfMicVolumeFix</key>
    <false/>
    <key>VoodooHDAEnableHalfVolumeFix</key>
    <false/>
    <key>VoodooHDAEnableMuteFix</key>
    <false/>
    <key>VoodooHDAEnableVolumeChangeFix</key>
    <false/>
    When You got this, change the value from false to true, next fix permissions with kext utility and reboot. Try experimenting which of these affect Your HDAudio propertly.
    Last edited by kudlacz87; 08-12-2011 at 06:03 PM.

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    Default I have almost similar configuration. Please tell me how did you install Lion 10.7?

    I can install Snow Leopard without a problem, but after installing Lion it can't be booted. How did you install the Lion OS?
    Please tell me the steps in details


    Quote Originally Posted by Help View Post
    Sure!
    First download iBoot Legacy then wirte it to a disk. Then into your bios, set HPET (High-Precision Event Timer) to 64-bit, and make sure that AHCI (Advanced Host controller Interface) for SATA devices is enabled. Set the boot priority to CD/DVD. Save and exit bios. Turn off the computer. Boot up then ASAP put iBoot Legacy into the disk drive. When booted to iBoot Legacy eject iBoot Legacy and inseart Snow Leopard. Click on Snow Leopard in iBoot. Then go into Disk Utillity. Format you HDD to Mac OS Extended (Journaled). Exit Disk Utility then install Snow Leopard. When you get back, the chances are you'll be greeted by the following message:
    "Install Failed. Mac OS X could not be installed on this computer The installer could not start up from the disk "XXX". Try selecting your disk using the Startup Disk utility."
    What you've discovered here is that you still need the iBoot disc. Boot off this again, select you HDD... and now discover that the installation has in fact succeeded beautifully. Next download and install the latest combo update for Snow Leopard. When the combo updater asks you to restart, download and install Multibeast with selected drivers. When the Multibeast asks you to restart, press restart on combo updater. Now when you reboot you should be able to do this directly off your hard drive, putting the iBoot disk aside.
    Done. All complete. Stay tuned if you also want to install Lion.
    Install Lion. Next download and install the latest combo update for Lion. When the combo updater asks you to restart, install Multibeast with selected drivers. When the Multibeast asks you to restart, press restart on combo updater.
    Done!

 

 
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