High Sierra - MultiBeast Audio

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  1. toleda

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    Feb 25, 2018 at 1:55 AM #1
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    High Sierra - MultiBeast Audio Selections by Intel Motherboard Series


    Once Clover is successfully booting macOS/High Sierra with the system drive, install Realtek audio with MultiBeast.

    Note:
    1. Restart before installing MultiBeast audio
    2. Intel Motherboard Series
      • Desktop: Z370 is 300 Series, H97 is 9 Series, etc.
      • Workstation: X299, etc.
    3. 10.13.4 and 100/200/300 Series Motherboards
    4. Realtek codec/ALCxxx, determine
      • Buyer's Guide/Motherboards/motherboard/Audio
      • Manufacturer's website/motherboard/Specifications/Audio/Realtek ALCxxx codec
    5. Realtek ALC1220 - 2 different versions, confirm
      • 1220: All manufacturers including ASUS S1220
      • 1220A: ASUS PRIME, ROG STRIX and TUF
    6. If no audio after MultiBeast audio install
    Z390/H370/H310/Q370/B360 Intel Motherboard Series - Coffee Lake (MultiBeast 10.3+)
    1. Restart
    2. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx
      1. √ 100 / 200 / 300 Series Audio Support
      2. √ H310 / B360 / H370 / Q370 Audio Device ID Patch
    3. Build
    4. Install
    5. Restart
    6. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx
      1. √ ALCxxx (Valid: ALC887/887B, ALC892, ALC1220, ALC1220A)
    7. Build
    8. Install
    9. Restart
    Screenshot/MultiBeast 10.3 > Drivers > Audio > Realtek ALCxxx (Example, Gigabyte H370N WIFI):
    1. 100, 200 or 300 Series Audio Support
    2. H310, B360, H370 or Q370 Audio Device ID Patch
    Screen Shot 2018-05-17 at 1.40.47 PM.png
    Screenshot/MultiBeast 10.3 > Drivers > Audio > Realtek ALCxxx (Example, Gigabyte H370N WIFI):
    1. ALC!220
    Screen Shot 2018-05-17 at 1.41.14 PM.png

    200/Z370 Intel Motherboard Series - Kaby Lake

    1. Restart
    2. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx:
      1. √ 100 / 200 / 300 Series Audio Support
      2. √ 200 / 300 Series / X299 Audio Device ID Patch
    3. Build
    4. Install
    5. Restart
    6. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx
      1. √ ALCxxx (Valid: ALC887/887B, ALC892, ALC1150, ALC1220, ALC1220A)
    7. Build
    8. Install
    9. Restart
    X299 Series Intel Motherboard Series - Kaby Lake
    1. X299-Rename CAVS to HDEF
    2. Restart, see MultiBeast Audio Failure [Solved]
    3. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx:
      1. √ 200 / 300 Series /X299 Audio Device ID Patch
    4. Build
    5. Install
    6. Restart
    7. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx
      1. √ ALCxxx (Valid: ALC1220)
    8. Build
    9. Install
    10. Restart
    100 Intel Motherboard Series - Skylake
    1. Restart, see MultiBeast Audio Failure [Solved]
    2. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx:
      1. √ 100 / 200 / 300 Series Audio
    3. Build
    4. Install
    5. Restart
    6. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx
      1. √ ALCxxx (Valid: ALC887/887B, ALC892, ALC1150, ALC1220, ALC1220A)
    7. Build
    8. Install
    9. Restart
    X99 Series Intel Motherboard Series
    1. X99-Rename ALZA to HDEF
    2. Restart, see MultiBeast Audio Failure [Solved]
    3. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx:
      1. √ ALCxxx (Valid: ALC892, ALC898, ALC1150)
    4. Build
    5. Install
    6. Restart
    9/8/7/6 Series Intel Motherboard Series
    1. Restart, see MultiBeast Audio Failure [Solved]
    2. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx:
      1. √ ALCxxx (Valid: ALC887/887B, ALC889, ALC892, ALC898, ALC1150)
    3. Build
    4. Install
    5. Restart
    X79 Series Intel Motherboard Series
    1. Restart, see MultiBeast Audio Failure [Solved]
    2. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx:
      1. √ ALCxxx (Valid: ALC892, ALC898)
    3. Build
    4. Install
    5. Restart
    5 Series, X58 Intel Motherboard Series and previous, see AppleHDA Realtek Audio
    1. IOReg - IORegistryExplorer_v2.1.zip (select View Raw, double click)
    2. Restart, see MultiBeast Audio Failure [Solved]
    3. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx:
      1. √ ALCxxx (Valid: ALC885/889A, ALC887/888b Legacy, ALC888 Legacy, ALC889)
      2. Use ALC888 Legacy for ALC888b and ALC1200
    4. Build
    5. Install
    6. Restart
     
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  2. lequocviet

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    Apr 17, 2018 at 5:06 AM #2
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    Hi Friend!
    That's mean. If i have MSI B150m mortar mother board. I'll choose

    1. MultiBeast > Drivers > Audio > RealtekALCxxx
      1. √ ALCxxx (Valid: ALC887/887B, ALC892, ALC1150, ALC1220, ALC1220A). my case is ALC892.
      2. √ 100 / 200 / 300 Series Audio
    2. Build
    3. Install
    4. Restart

    But i do it many times. i still can not listen any sound from my computer. no input or output were recognized.
    Do i need any change or setup in Bios setting.
    this is the first time i install hackintosh. please help me .


    https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/B150M-MORTAR/Specification


    Thank you very much!
     
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    Apr 17, 2018 at 7:21 PM #3
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    See Post #1/Note:
    5. If no audio after MultiBeast audio install ...
     
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    Apr 18, 2018 at 3:47 PM #4
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    Thank you, friend!
    My hackintosh is working well.

    Thank you!
     
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    May 10, 2018 at 11:07 PM #5
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    It didn't work for me. I've an ASUS z370i ROG STRIX with an ALC1200A.
    I installed macOS 10.13.4, then ran multibeast 10.2.0 to install clover, then rebooted, and installed Audio>ALC1200A + 100/200/300 Series Audio support, closed and open multibeast again to install the Audio Device ID Patch
     
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    May 11, 2018 at 8:53 PM #6
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    See Post #1/Note:/5. If no audio ...
     
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    May 18, 2018 at 4:16 AM #7
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    Hey all, I'd love to get some guidance on getting an older Gigabyte GA-Z170X Gaming 7's onboard SPDIF Toslink audio out working. I just got the Hack up and running today with 10.13.4 and the latest Multibeast, though I don't think that I've got a clue what the Soundblaster 3D Core audio codec actually translates to in CustoMac terminology.

    Any help as to how to go about getting started with my audio solution? The machine is otherwise off to a great start booting from NVMe, Sleeping, Nvidia web drivers working, both LANs working, showing the correct CPU, RAM slots and amount, etc in profiler.

    No audio devices are available in system prefs.

    Mahalo for the excellent info and tools on this site.
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    May 18, 2018 at 4:03 PM #8
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    MultiBeast/not supported, off topic.
     
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    Jun 2, 2018 at 3:29 PM #9
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    I just install fresh installation Mac osx 10.13.4 and did not work with MultiBeast 10.3.0 - High Sierra Edition
    after install MultiBeast 10.3.0 - High Sierra Edition then install (( then without restart pc )) also install audio_cloverALC-130_v0.4 then restart pc
    now work very well , also with last update 10.13.5

    thanks Toleda
     
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    I've successfully updated to 10.13.5 but how do I uninstall the standard audio drivers? They do not always load and do not start my ALC1150, I want to delete them and put them up, someone tell me where the caches are on these drivers

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