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    you can get voodoohda, and try to add you dev/ven id


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    Quote Originally Posted by RafaelCSS View Post
    you can get voodoohda, and try to add you dev/ven id
    dev/ven id? what is that? Remember Rafaelcss I'm new to this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RafaelCSS View Post
    you can get voodoohda, and try to add you dev/ven id

    I think i am going to try the audio kext this guy used on his acer. YouTube - Acer Aspire 7730 G Booting and Running Mac OSX Snow Leopard 10.6.4

    I hope it works.

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    good and bad news. I get sound of a high pitch like its feeding back from the microphone but i can't ajust the volume level or mute it or anything. I just had to uninstall 2.7.2

    I'm going to try the old version of 2.7.1 of voodoohda and see if that will work.
    Last edited by Jason1976; 04-24-2011 at 10:18 PM.

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    that does the same thing. a high pitch sound and can't control it. I had to uninstall the voodoohda. I wonder if there is anything else i can try. or maybe i need another version of mac osx. this is just 10.6 is there another one i should get? if so what is it?


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    you just need to reduce the gain

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    I tried that and it wouldn't do anything plus i didnt get any other sounds. just the hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I couldn't even ajust the volume level or the mic gain.

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    where did you go to adjust the volume?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RafaelCSS View Post
    where did you go to adjust the volume?
    under system preferences then clicked on sound. I also tried the laptop volume contorls and it shows up on the screen that i am trying to ajust it but it wont move. It just has a o with a line thru it.

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    there is a little big (haha) ball, click on that


 

 
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