- Mar 2, 2012
- Lenovo ThinkStation p300 ⌘
- Intel HD Graphics 4600
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Are you saying - "don't load the audio driver for the first MultiBeast install. Load the audio driver for the second install"?Solution:
Re-run Audio portion of MultiBeast after rebooting from system drive.
So, after installing and setting up Sierra/High Sierra we run MultiBeast to install Clover on the HDD/SSD. Then reboot the HDD/SSD and rerun MultiBeast, and this time install the audio driver.Only install the audio driver from MultiBeast after you install Clover and booting from where you installed Clover.
What happens if you select the Clover boot loader and the audio driver and then click "Install"?no luck for me I try to rerun multibeast and get an error message
few days back i got the same catch but anyway i managed it. You can try-no luck for me I try to rerun multibeast and get an error message
Nice, thanks for this. I haven't had audio for a year. Too lazy to figure out how to fix it, haha.few days back i got the same catch but anyway i managed it. You can try-
Right click->MultiBeast->Show package Contents->Resources-> run VoodooHDA-v2.9.0d10.pkg