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No audio after sleep 10.11.3 GA-Z97X-UD5H ALC1150

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No audio after sleep is an issue that I have been fighting since I built this rig, and it seems I'm not alone. When I ran this build on Yosemite with Chimera I was able to get this to work, and I was able to get this working on El Capitan initially before the big Multibeast update, but now I'm not having any luck.

What I have tried:

Later tonight I may try using the El Capitan post installation tools and completely avoid using Multibeast since that was the last thing that made my audio after sleep work, though I figure the audio patching is pretty isolated and shouldn't be affected by this.

If anyone has any suggestions I would love to hear it.

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MacPro3,1 which is what I believe I have always used.
 
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I would recommend that you switch to iMac 14,2 profile. That profile is more compatible with the hardware you have (based on specs in your profile). I had the same issue of sound not working after sleep and switching to 14,2 along with using codec commander kept fixed it.
 
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Alright, so after using iMac 14,2 my audio would not work at all until I installed CodecCommander, and now the audio is still not working after sleep, but it's a bit different. Before, if I put my computer to sleep it would immediately lose sound. Now, if I put the computer to sleep and wake it quickly (before it goes into "deep" sleep) the audio still works, however once it goes into "deep" sleep, it stops working. I use the term "deep" sleep but it may be called something else, essentially I can hear my PC's fans running and my keyboard is still lit before it hits "deep" sleep.

What CodecCommander are you using? I'm using the one from RehabMan, https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-eapd-codec-commander/downloads

Thanks for the help, but I'm not out of the woods yet.
 
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I am using the latest one from the website you posted. Other thing you may want to try is use the Line Out option as the output source. I had read somewhere that the Internal Speakers did not work after waking from sleep. I have my speakers plugged in to the different audio port in the back. I have two rows of audio ports on my motherboard and the one I am using is the one in the middle of the top row.
 
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That worked! This is fantastic, thank you very much.
 
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