- Sep 18, 2011
- Gigabyte GA-X99-UD4
- GTX 1080 Ti
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Thank you LokiCat! I actually have a mostly working Install of El Capitan right now!!!! Please check my photo (at bottom) and see if my USB 3.0 looks like it's working right. None of the devices plugged in are usb 3.0 devices (I really don't have any right now) is it supposed to look like that?
Heres some Good News! Check This:
My last audio guide may not have worked because I did a reinstall of el capitan and it didn't work.
I have now enabled Audio for El Capitan 10.11.2 on the X99 Ud4 Motherboard!!!! 100% Working thanks to Toleda.
Here is my guide (toleda's guide easier to understand, you said you couldn't figure it out, so here):
1. Copy My attatched AppleHDA.Kext (in zip file) to /system/library/extensions/ (This is the kext from the original mavericks 10.9.5 installer)
2. Download Multibeast for Mavericks Here: http://www.tonymacx86.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=255
3. Install Realtek ALC 1150 audio from that version of multibeast
4. Download Toleda's ssdt from here: https://github.com/toleda/audio_ALCInjection/blob/master/ssdt_hdef/ssdt_hdef-1-x99_alza.zip and copy it to /Clover/ACPI/Patched in your efi partition. if an ssdt is already present rename it to ssdt-1.aml if there is no ssdt then just call it ssdt.aml. if there is already an ssdt.aml and ssdt-1.aml name it to ssdt-2.aml (leave no spaces between ssdt's) (it is explained in the guide file downloaded from that link)
6. Use audio_alc_x99-hda-100_patch.command (In zip file attatched) (efi partition may need to be mounted, idk if mine was).
8. Audio works now (Really works!)
Thank you Toleda