HDMI without DSDT?

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  1. saribe0

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    Jun 23, 2012 at 2:59 PM #1
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    My Hackintosh is running great at the moment but I would like to enable HDMI audio. Video works fine. I looked at the guide but it says I must have a DSDT.aml. I do not. Is there any way around this and if not, how do I get a dsdt without messing up my system?

    System info in sidebar.

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    Jun 23, 2012 at 8:55 PM #2
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    dsdt edits are mandatory for AppleHDA.kext HDMI audio. You can try Voodoo for on board and HDMI audio without dsdt edits. dsdts don't mess up systems; every computer system has one including yours.
     
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    In that case, where do I find the dsdt that I need to edit? What would it be called?

    Thanks for replying!
     
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    I followed your guide to get my DSDT and it is currently installed in /Extra . Next I followed the guide here: viewtopic.php?f=162&t=31947 to try and get HDMI audio to work. Everything went fine until I tried compiling in step 4. It came up with multiple errors.

    When I had pasted in the "Generic DSDT_HDMI_Audio_Edit" section, I had pasted it over all the P0P1, P0P2, etc. Because this gave me errors I tried pasting it before the "Method (_STA, 0, NotSerialized)" line without deleting the P0P1, etc. It compiled successfully.

    After rebooting, I followed the instructions in step 5, but nothing showed up in the IORegistryExplorer.

    Do you know what may be going on or how to fix it?

    Thanks so much for the help you've given me already.
     
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    Jun 26, 2012 at 10:46 PM #6
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    The only way I can help is if i can see your IOReg. IORegistryExplorer/File/Save a Copy As..., open file to verify and attach.
     
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    Jun 27, 2012 at 12:21 PM #7
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    It is attached.

    For some reason, it would not let me attach a .ioreg file so I switched the extension to .txt just for attachment purposes. When you download it, you should be able to switch it back to .ioreg and have it work.

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    The attachment is not ioreg. It is a .txt file with or without the extension. Compress the file to attach. Most important, make the correct file: IORegistryExplorer/File/Save a Copy As...., open file to verify, and attach.
     
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    Jun 27, 2012 at 4:59 PM #9
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    I had done that and then just switched the ending from .ioreg to .txt after it was on my desktop for attachment purposes. It should have been possible to just switch the .txt to .ioreg after downloaded, regardless, I have saved another copy and compressed it and it is attached.

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    What slot is your graphics card installed? Delete S/L/E/HDAEnabler892. What AppleHDA.kext are you using for on board audio? Verify your dsdt has HDEF.
     

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