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Realtek ALC3234 / HDMI Audio/Video


Hi everyone.


I've read a dozen posts on this forum and others, and I simply can't wrap my head around how to get the audio properly setup.

I've been trying to get this running properly for most of this week, but theres so much info around that I don't really know what to follow or ignore @_@


I got it to work using VoodooHDA, but ultimately I need my hdmi port working for an external display, and from what I read around for that to work, part of the solution is getting the audio to work with a patched AppleHDA.kext.


I've tried downloading from Mirone's repo + hdaenabler3.kext, installing the kexts with kextwizard, fixing permissions and cleaning caches. No luck.

I've also tried to inject 3 in clover's config.plist


I tried to do the DSDT/SSDT patching thing but got even more confused :P


I am including in this post everything I think might help someone more experienced help me.

- DSDT_SSDT.zip - extracted on linux, renamed to .aml, disassembled with iasl (from rehabman repo).

- KEXTs.zip - patched kext from?http://www.hackintoshosx.com/topic/21794-realtek-alc3234-driver/#entry110589 this post by mirone. I don't remember where the heck I got the hdaenabler3.kext.

- CLOVER.zip - my clover folder from the EFI partition, sans theme.

- DPCIManager.png - screenshot from first screen on dpcimanager.

- codecdump_alc and _hdmi.txt - codec dumps from both cards I could see on linux.

- Sys Report - mac os system report


And some info on my notebook:

Dell Inspiron 15 5547
i7 4510U @ 2Ghz Haswell
8Gb DDR3
Mobo 0K5C1C - A01
Chipset Haswell-ULT Rev 0B
Southbridge H8x/P8x Rev C1
Bios Dell A05


Graphics Intel HD 4400 (1920x1080) / AMD Radeon R7 M265
OCZ Vertex2 SSD 120GB


Please, if someone could help me put this together or at least give me a simpler path I would be really grateful.


If any other info is needed please let me know and I will get to it ASAP.








Dell MacBook Pro System Report.zip





Edited by argais00

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