Thank you BT! I'm not crazy! Our Info.plist files matched. I finally got it to work, so this thread is "solved."
Steps I did:
Reset AppleHDA/IDT (By updating to 10.11.4 b5/Rerunning ProBook Installer)
Modified Info.plist for AHDAIDT by copying all 13 OSBundleLibrary entries from...
Okay...still no dice.
I repaired the permissions on the drive before attempting this again.
Steps I did:
F4 at clover, -f flag in clover to ignore cache (please tell me that I'm doing this part wrong)
Reran ProBook Installer with all options to get unmodified AppleHDAIDT.kext
Steps that I did:
Made a copy of the Info.plist of the AppleHDAIDT kext to allow modification
Opened said Copy
Opened the Info.plist of AppleHDA
Matched the version numbers/strings in OSBundleLibraries. All Strings under OSBundleLibraries Match between both plists. AppleHDA Values ->...
Ever since opting into the Public Beta, my sound has not worked. I've reapplied the patches in the PB Installer CE (after f4) and recreated SSDT/DSDT to no dice. I remember this happening before, but the above steps fixed it last time. I appreciate any insight.
Hello all, as the title states my machine will randomly display graphical glitches which coincide with a system lock up. This problem only happens with I have 16GBs (2x8GB) in the machine. I've done a fair bit of research, but haven't found anything similar yet.
Things I've tried:
Sorry about the delay, college and all that. Here is the last working DSDT I had. Also, the wireless patch for the card I had and the last attempt at getting audio to work via AppleHDA. I'm not sure whether or not this file worked.
Also, the codec dump.
Just created a review of another Xbone Controller driver that is much easier to install: http://www.tonymacx86.com/gaming/144139-xbox-one-controller-driver-os-x-xone-enabler-review-15-beta.html#post889252
Hello all, Sorry for my absence. I come back with another alienware thread...I've done a fair bit of research regarding this laptop and every time the limiting factor has been optimus. But due to some cosmetic defects on my alienware 17, dell was "nice" enough to upgrade mine to the 120Hz 3D...
First link. And yes that driver is the one you need. You'll need to figure out what Hardware version you have.
Also, feel free to reach out to him, he's a really nice guy who's eager to help.