Discussion in 'Audio' started by toleda, Dec 13, 2014.
See Post #1/Problem Reporting
Ok, I remake my post. After searching many forums I found working for my PC CodecCommander.kext v2.5.0. Now no problems with sound after sleep. It was used for different PC and different codec ALC662, mine is ALC888S-VD, but it works for me. Now it's interesting why it works, but latest RehabMan-CodecCommander-2017-0501.zip doesn't work for me? I attached in archive the working old one CodecCommander and my PC info. How to find out what special commands sends the old one (maybe disassemble somehow), so I could include them in the latest CodecCommander.kext? PC is Acer Aspire 5737Z.
Are you saying http://www.tonymacx86.com/audio/112...realtek-alc-applehda-guide-73.html#post853949 -> IV. Problem Reporting (post to this thread with attachments) ?
No. Post #1/Problem Reporting says:
No support, contact developers noted above.
But I don't have 53 posts to start a conversation with the developers.
Applies to private conversations. You can start your own thread or post to any developer's thread; purpose of provided links.
Thanks. I will search the problem and if I don't find any solution then will start a new thread.
Thanks toleda. Proper search helped me to solve sleep/wake no audio problem. I used -> https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...ly-other-realteks.170063/page-12#post-1444052 to solve the problem.
For ALC 1150 with Apple ALC just download the latest RehabMan CodecCommander kext and add it into Clover kexts folder on EFI partition and open file CodecCommander.kext/Contents/Info.plist with plist editor and go to IOKitPersonalities\CodecCommander\Realtek ALC1150 and change Send Delay to 300 and Update Nodes to YES (true)
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