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Thanks to this post, I started my journey in hackintosh as beginner using Intel NUC10i5FNH. All work properly except wifi. However, I don't know why the NUC suddenly switches on automatically right after shutting it down.

EFI is attached
I have the same issue on a NUC10i7, did you manage to solve the issue?
 
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Quick question:
I updated my AppleALC kext by replacing the old one located at boot hard drive EFI -> OC -> Kexts folder with the new one from zavrus. Updated my config.plist as well with alcid=28. Reboot and now no audio devices are being displayed on the sound preferences app.
Am I correctly updating the AppleALC? Did you perform a different step to get the audio working? Thanks for the help.
 
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Thank you all for this awesome post. I got my first Hackintosh almost fully working (having issues with built in audio):
  • Monitor detected via HDMI with correct resolution
  • USB Keyboard and USB mouse detected and working
  • Intel Ethernet detected and working (disable Wifi from BIOS)
  • Sleep works
  • Able to dual boot using OpenCore (have windows on a separate SSD SATA)
  • It is stable, no crashing, no kernel panic
Again, thanks all!!
Does your HDMI monitor sound after turn it off and on again?
 
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Hi.
I have updated my efi to the latest version.
My nuc works perfectly.
Fixed the voodooHDA plist to eliminate the background noise of the integrated microphone.
The only thing wrong is the egpu hotplug.
Could you show me how did you eliminate the background noise of the integrated microphone?
 
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First of all, thank you very much for this great info. I've just tried fresh builds of Lilu&AppleALC to check what changed with sound.

My results are:
  • All layouts except 28 give no sound, but at the same time MacOS thinks they work, because YouTube and other video starts playing that was impossible with 1.5.0 build of AppleALC;
  • Layout 28 gives sound both with plugged and unplugged headphones during boot;
  • Layout 28 as I said gives sound but microphone doesn't work, but my experiments allowed me to get microphone working so I decided to combine what I could achieve with latest 1.5.1 and for my surprise I was lucky - both headphones & microphone work! I attached my build of AppleALC - it would be nice if you could give a try and report. PS: I was very close to find the right audio path inside the codec, but my problem was a pinconfig that I couldn't build due to lack of needed info, so I changed a bit original pinconfig by adding EAPD for nid=20 (it should be so) and ammended the sound path to microphone.
  • The bad side is that 1.5.0 had a HDMI audio sound device (though it didn't work) - 1.5.1 doesn't even list it in sound preferences.
AppleALC 1.5.0 (my Dell display has hdmi input with audio support)
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AppleALC 1.5.1 (no HDMI audio)
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For those who will test my AppleALC.kext please use Layout28 (alcid=28 or layout-id = 1C000000 in device properties).


I've tried the 1.5.1 AppleAlC.kext without any layout fixing and the headphones works. Indeed there is no HDMI output so I gave it up.
By the way I am using #195's EFI and the HDMI sound works fine (sometimes has some cracking sound when start/stop video playing), only if not to restart the monitor. Hoping your digging in the AppleALC could fix it.
Thanks for your work~
 
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Does your HDMI monitor sound after turn it off and on again?

Thanks for the suggestion. I did, while Mac OS is on, I turn the HDMI monitor on/off multiple times, after I do it seems the monitor disappears from the entry of output devices. I restarted also multiple times and neither the HDMI nor headphone audio works...I am still trying different versions of AppleALC (I am placing them on the hard drive boot efi -> oc -> kexts folder, and reboot each time. Also changing the alcid= to different numbers on my config.plist and reboot and hopefully some of this options does work (either HDMI or headphones I will be happy, all else works nicely). Thanks for the help.
 

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I've tried the 1.5.1 AppleAlC.kext without any layout fixing and the headphones works. Indeed there is no HDMI output so I gave it up.
By the way I am using #195's EFI and the HDMI sound works fine (sometimes has some cracking sound when start/stop video playing), only if not to restart the monitor. Hoping your digging in the AppleALC could fix it.
Thanks for your work~
If i restart the monitor sadly i lose hdmi sound.
 
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