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ALC888 MSI EX720 Laptop not working on LION 10.7.2

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Hi everyone! Here's the issue I have with my laptop MSI EX720. After installing iAtkos L2 (Lion 10.7.2) everything work like a charm but no audio. The best I can get it's the sound control but without sound. Tries the AppleHDA ALC88x, it doesn't work. I've tried Voodoohda 2.7.3 and result as a kernel panic... I don't care about the HDMI, I just want to enable audio on this laptop... The computer has 4 speaker and a sub. If I could enable at least 2 of the 4 speaker, I would be happy. Thanks

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Thanks with your link I have been able to enable sound on my laptop. But.... Here's the new issue... VoodooHDA doesn't keep the config I set... exemple: the Headphone Input Gain must be at 0 because when I start the computer the only thing I eared are crackling sound. If I drop the Headphone Gain to 0, everything OK... But each time I restart the computer I must return in the VoodooHDA Prefpanel to drop the Headphone gain. I didn't find the way to save my settings.

Best Regards,

Fred

Btw, if there's a way to enable the 4 speaker, it would be nice, because the front speaker sound like if there was full treble, and those under the computer sound too boomy... I've tried to agregate device, but no sucess only 2 speaker works on the 4...

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