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I created a simple installer package for toleda's Clover patch for unsupported HD device IDs.

This package allows you to either install or remove the patch from any destination volume. It will mount the EFI partition and will verify that the config.plist is valid before proceeding. Any errors will be logged in install.log.

Please do not upload this to any other site.

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Sweet! Built a new Hackintosh this week. Last night I went to listen to some music, and realized the sound wasn't working. Messed around for a while, and then I found this.

Ran the package, reset, back in business!! Thank you!!
 
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I created a simple installer package for toleda's Clover patch for unsupported HD device IDs.

This package allows you to either install or remove the patch from any destination volume. It will mount the EFI partition and will verify that the config.plist is valid before proceeding. Any errors will be logged in install.log.

Please do not upload this to any other site.

MacMan

It is not working for me. I do not see any install.log file. I have already restarted PC.
it added AppleHDAController to my config.plist. I attached those files below.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
 

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The order you install audio is tricky in High Sierra and these boards.

You install Clover and Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> 100 / 200 Series Audio in MultiBeast.

Then reboot and install Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> ALC1220 and then run this package and reboot.
 
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The order you install audio is tricky in High Sierra and these boards.

You install Clover and Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> 100 / 200 Series Audio in MultiBeast.

Then reboot and install Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> ALC1220 and then run this package and reboot.

Thanks for help. But I already ran install Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> ALC1220 first. I have not run Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> 100 / 200 Series Audio.
What should I do now?
 

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You need to delete everything that ALC1220 and this patcher did. Reboot and start audio over again.
 
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You need to delete everything that ALC1220 and this patcher did. Reboot and start audio over again.

It has still not worked yet.
I reset config.plist file, copy AppleHDA.kext from my mac mini to hackintosh (to make sure it is native)
Then I did what you tell me.

You install Clover and Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> 100 / 200 Series Audio in MultiBeast.
Then reboot and install Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> ALC1220 and then run this package and reboot.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
 
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Wow, this works perfect for me. Thanks!
Any idea how I could enable the audio output from the front panel of my g5-hackintosh?
 

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It has still not worked yet.
I reset config.plist file, copy AppleHDA.kext from my mac mini to hackintosh (to make sure it is native)
Then I did what you tell me.

You install Clover and Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> 100 / 200 Series Audio in MultiBeast.
Then reboot and install Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> ALC1220 and then run this package and reboot.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
I've found that you should install Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> 100 / 200 Series Audio in MultiBeast and this patcher first. Then reboot then install Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> ALC1220 in MultiBeast.
 
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I've found that you should install Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> 100 / 200 Series Audio in MultiBeast and this patcher first. Then reboot then install Drivers -> Audio -> Realtek ALCxxx -> ALC1220 in MultiBeast.

It still not worked.
This is my EFI folder.
I also tried to copy Lilu.kext, CodecCommander.kext, AppleALC.kext to kext folder.
 

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