This is my first Hackintosh and I have a problem with MultiBeast. I got a "GIGABYTE GA-H110M-S2H" Mainboard with a "Realtek ALC887" Audio Chip inside. But Multibeast doesn't show it in the Audio Drivers. Does anyone know why that could be?
Thanks for every answer.
LG, Domi :)
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It should have a Soundchip RealTek ALC887 with 7.1 Channel
I'm running High Sierra 10.13.6.
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