GA-Z77N-WIFI REALTEK ALC 892 High Sierra
Installed High Sierra Multibeast Clover and ALC.
Disconnected all drives except High Sierra boot drive.
Downloaded Mojave update from App Store.
After a few reboots everything including sound went PERFECTLY.
FYI In the past I've found that...
I just updated a fully working Sierra to High Sierra and everything appears to be working except sound. I tried to reinstall the ALC892 drivers with Multibeast 9.2.1 and Multibeast quits with a segment fault. Also, I noticed that the Multibeast drive install selection dropdown is empty. By the...
You know, I have not had good luck installing Voodoo drivers from within MultiBeast. What I have had luck with is downloading and installing Voodoo drivers from Sourceforge.net. These are self-installing. They worked for me in El Capitan when Multibeast Voodoo drivers did not.
I have mine working. Installing Voodoo 2.8.8 from Multibeast 6.x but it left off the green output line in the sound config. (only had HDMI 1-4 which I can't use. I found that downloading and installing the VoodooHDA 2.8.8 standalone driver from Sourceforge.net worked. It is a self installing...
I had the same exact problem.
After your Unibeast and Multibeast install but BEFORE you reboot from the H/D. Open terminal and apply the 10.8.1 or 10.8.2 patch. Copy and paste each line one at a time into terminal so you can look for errors. This patch from Vahan's blog fixes a disk...
I just completed a CustoMac Mini build at 10.7.4 and everything worked fine except SLEEP.
It would try to sleep but immediately wake.
The fix was using the app PleaseSleep and to turn off the trackpad using it's side button.
After the sleep timer runs out the system sleeps. It wakes when the...
I noticed you have a P7P55D which uses BIOS 2003. I have a P7P55-E PRO which uses BIOS 1602. My build works perfectly in every detail except sleep. With DSDT, without DSDT with sleep enabler.kext, with please sleep. nothing works. :crazy:
If I remember correctly, iBoot is used to boot off of a retail Snow Leopard CD. You then perform the Snow Leopard install and use Multibeast to enable booting Leopard from the H/D. Thus I believe you need an optical drive.