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  1. Over the past week or so I have been driving myself crazy trying to get OS X to run properly on my system. I finally got everything to run right on my AMD configuration perfectly EXCEPT my USB audio device (Line 6 DI). This appears to be some sort of USB issue with my OS X 10.6.x installs. The audio stutters and distorts. I tried numerous approaches including different audio driver versions and OS X installs. Through my research on-line I have read that others have experienced this type of problem with other devices. I was about to give up when I was actually able to get the audio to work without a problem! For some reason, when I boot my installation with Nawcom's boot CD the audio works without a problem (though I lose my wireless adapter functionality). When it comes to OS X my knowledge regarding it's inner workings is lacking. Does anyone have an idea on what I need to do to get this working? What configuration information or kexts should I be looking at here? Can I easily port them over from my Nawcom CD? My system specs are as follows: HP Pavillion Elite AMD Phenom II X4 910 AMD 785G Chipset Full specs of motherboard: HP and Compaq Desktop PCs - Motherboard Specifications, H-RS880-uATX (Aloe) - c01925486 - HP Business Support Center I was able to get OS X 10.6 installed via a USB stick. I then updated to 10.6.8 via the combo update. Afterwards I installed Legacy Kernel 10.8.0. Prior to restarting I ran MB{censored} 3.8 and installed ElliottforcelegacyRTC, EvOreboot, FakeSMC, NullCPUPowerManagement kexts, Chimera bootloader (no version of Chameleon has been able to successfully boot my system), and Mac Pro 5,1 system definition. With this approach everything works except the issues with the USB audio dropouts/noise/distortion. Again, if I boot this install from the Nawcom CD, my USB audio device works FLAWLESSLY. It works so well I was able to record numerous audio tracks in my DAW without a problem. I did attempt to install the USB rollback included in MB{censored} and I thought that did it. After installing this kext, I could no longer boot into install (did not have opportunity to take down error) and so I booted using the Nawcom CD. Since that time with several newer clean installs, the USB rollback kext does not work without Nawcom. I would appreciate it great if someone could help guide me into what I need to do. To make matters worse, I keep having to reinstall OS X every time I try a change that breaks it because I seem to be unable to make an image backup that I can actually restore via CCC. When I restore my images, they fail to boot. Much appreciated ahead of time, K.G.
  2. Hi guys, i`m have one problem, my Hackintosh (iPC 10.5.6) no found my soundcard onboard, any one can help-me? iPC:. >Motherboard: FOXCONN 45GM 775(Link) >Processor:Pentium 4 3.20Ghz >Memory: 1Gb >Video: Nvidia 7300LE 512Mb Since I'm already grateful for the help everyone, I'm new in forum sorry if I'm posting in the wrong place.
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