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    Question Laggy / jerky sound on Dell Vostro 3550 running 10.7.4 with VoodooHDA 2.7.2 (IDT)

    Hi

    I'm looking for some help with my Lion 10.7.4 installation on a VMWare Player 5 virtual machine, with a Dell Vostro 3550 as the host.
    When I first tried audio on the VM, the sound crackled horribly. Reading forums, I deleted AppleHDA.kext and replaced with VoodooHDA version 2.7.2, using MultiBeast. Now, my sound doesn't crackle, but jerks. My sound is on '2ch-16bit Integer' at a bitrate of 44100Hz in Audio MIDI setup. Also, my right hand speaker doesn't seem to work at all now. My 'Use SSE2' in the VoodooHDA menu is turned on.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks,
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    hp probook 4530s
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    ssd 120 gig
    8gig ram
    os x 10.8.4

    DELL Optiplex 755
    core Duo E8500 3,16GHZ
    Gefore 610 2 GIG
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris1111 View Post
    Thanks for replying
    I downloaded the 'VoodooLoader', ran the installer, downloaded VoodooHDA 2.7.2, renamed it to 'VoodooHDA.kext', downloaded and ran 'VoodooPatcher', that finished and said 'All Done - Launch VoodooLauncher in your Applications folder to test changes', so I did, and got

    Code:
    Changing Directory
    Changing to Directory
    Setting Permissions
    Injecting Kext
    Requesting load of /Applications/VoodooLoader.app/Contents/Resources/VoodooHDA.kext.
    /Applications/VoodooLoader.app/Contents/Resources/VoodooHDA.kext failed to load - (libkern/kext) different version/uuid already loaded; check the system/kernel logs for errors or try kextutil(8).
    from VoodooLoader. I read this, deleted VoodooHDA.kext from /System/Library/Extensions, rebooted, then ran everything again - and the same error happens.


    Sorry if I'm being a n00b... what am I doing wrong?

    Alistair

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    EDIT - Sorry - it loads fine third time round, but this time the crackling is even worse! Strange...

    Again, apologies for n00biness...

    Alistair

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    Quote Originally Posted by alibabzo View Post
    EDIT - Sorry - it loads fine third time round, but this time the crackling is even worse! Strange...

    Again, apologies for n00biness...

    Alistair
    ok try this one
    VoodooHDA.kext 2.zip
    hp probook 4530s
    i3 2350m
    ssd 120 gig
    8gig ram
    os x 10.8.4

    DELL Optiplex 755
    core Duo E8500 3,16GHZ
    Gefore 610 2 GIG
    8GIG RAM 800MHZ
    ssd 120gig
    OS X 10.8.4
    OS X 10.8.9 DP4

    montreal quebec


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    Quote Originally Posted by chris1111 View Post
    ok try this one
    VoodooHDA.kext 2.zip
    No sound at all now. I download the new one, delete VoodooHDA.kext from /System/Library/Extensions, run VoodooPatcher and drag the new VoodooHDA.kext from my Downloads to the program, 'All Done' again, I go to VoodooLoader, that successfully injects the kext...
    I go to my audio file, play with the sound turned up, and I don't get anything! Upon further inspection, opening a terminal window, CD'ing to /System/Library/Extensions, and ls'ing, there is no VoodooHDA.kext there!

    Alistair

 

 

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