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No sound after installing graphic card

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Hello,

since i've installed my ati radeon HD4850 graphics card (with HDMI) I don't have sound anymore. I think that there is some kind of conflict between the graphics card and the onboard audio. The audio did work before but not anymore. I've tried different kext files for my graphic card and also for the audio.

I don't know what too do anymore.

system:

OSX mountain lion 10.8.2

intel core 2 quad q8300

ati radeon hd4850

asus p5kpl-am in/gb

via vt1705

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Hello,

since i've installed my ati radeon HD4850 graphics card (with HDMI) I don't have sound anymore. I think that there is some kind of conflict between the graphics card and the onboard audio. The audio did work before but not anymore. I've tried different kext files for my graphic card and also for the audio.

I don't know what too do anymore.

system:

OSX mountain lion 10.8.2

intel core 2 quad q8300

ati radeon hd4850

asus p5kpl-am in/gb

via vt1705

Check your BIOS settings. Did the onboard audio get disabled?

Are you certain your onboard audio isn't in System Preferences > Sound > Output?

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Check your BIOS settings. Did the onboard audio get disabled?

Are you certain your onboard audio isn't in System Preferences > Sound > Output?

It did was a bios setting thanks for the help!

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