No Sound - Realtek ALC AppleHDA [Guide]

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  1. thisguyiknow

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    Oct 5, 2017 at 5:56 PM #1651
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    Sorry sir -- I believe I have updated my profile to reflect the board I am using.

    Supermicro X8DAH+‑F‑LR

    It has a Realtek 888 chip (though according to Clover and IORegistry it uses the ALC1200/888 (3a3e)
    Windows device manager says it is an 888 (using the 886 codec)
    Linux also 'sees' it as a 888 using the 886 codec --

    I have gotten as far as seeing the internal speaker change to headphone when I insert a jack -- but no sound.
    And remember, I am trying to get the sound working on Snow Leopard most importantly- so I cannot use the ALC scripts on 10.6.8 --
     
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    Oct 5, 2017 at 6:55 PM #1652
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    No files attached, no idea.
    See Post #1/Problem Reporting; attach all requested files
     
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    Oct 6, 2017 at 2:03 AM #1653
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    Woot Woot!! I was so satisfied for about 30 seconds. I deleted the fakepciid.kext files and I used the b) method with the
    audio_200_Series_hda-124_v1.0.command, and then the sound worked when I plugged speakers into line out. The problem is that it only worked on iTunes. Now videos on safari work and my iTunes songs and videos work which I'm so happy about!! but the problem I have is videos on safari play but with no sound. I'm not sure why? Any ideas?
     
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    Oct 6, 2017 at 2:13 AM #1654
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    Youtube.com videos play with sound, but tsn.ca videos do not play sound?
     
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    Oct 6, 2017 at 1:02 PM #1655
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    Will do, sorry I've not entirely understood. What aspects of the IOreg did you want? Or did you want any the config and boot sections? Etc etc?

    I will then post these to the linked thread instead
     
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    Oct 6, 2017 at 5:58 PM #1656
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    Understood -- but before I provide all that information can I provide you with the codec dumps and info from Windows to see if this codec is even supported?

    Supermicro X8dah
    Realtek 888 (though OSX sees it as 3a3e [ALC1200/888] Windows see the audio device as 888 but using the 886 codec - same as Linux. So is it even possible to get audio working on this system using the 886 codec?
     
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    Oct 6, 2017 at 8:09 PM #1657
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    No ideas. Suggest an install over the existing install, did a lot of damage with your experiments.
     
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    I know what is in the 888 dump. The files tell me what you did wrong; no files, no support.
     
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    I was about to reinstall everything and now the sound works on everything except one website that says my media player on the browser is not compatible. Thank you very much Toledo. You have been instrumental in my first build!!!
     
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    Oct 10, 2017 at 6:52 PM #1660
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    1. Audio worked. Had some glitchs and I messed up trying to fix it and got no audio. Cant go back.
    2. macOS Sierra 10.12.6 / mobo GA-H270m-D3H / BIOS v.F6 / Intel i7 7700 / nVidia Geforce 1050 Ti
    3. Method Used:Before You Install Audio - Desktop/Realtek/AppleHDA [Guide]
    1. Drivers on Multibeast -> RealtekALC892 + 100 / 200 Series Audio​
    4. Adjunting copy of IOReg
    5. No AppleHDA kext.
    6. No AppleHDA kext. When I use the method to restore the native kext to install it again system crashes and I have to enter on recovery mode to delete it.
    7. No Kernel Sound Assertions on console/all messages (maybe im doing it wrong)
    8. Adjunting screenshots of DPCIManagerStatus, Audio Hardware, Audio Outputs.
    9. No chameleon Installed
    10. Adjunting config.plist
    How am I supposed to upload the bootlog here?
    11. Genius SW-S2 1200 speakers connected to the green port on the motherboard. Internal Speakers selected on audio output.

    Also adjunting a screenshot of the codecdetect.command.

    Thanks for the help!
     

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