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I'm using my 3.5mm speaker port from my motherboard (z77n model). Audio works fine, but every now and then I get a weird popping noise. Any idea how I can fix this?
 
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I'm using my 3.5mm speaker port from my motherboard (z77n model). Audio works fine, but every now and then I get a weird popping noise. Any idea how I can fix this?
Use macpro 3.1 smbios.
 
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Hello, i am new in hackintosh world and i have the same configurataion of you (Ga-Z77N Wifi, icore 7 3,4 Ghz, SSD 256 + HD 1 To + HD4000 64 Mb) but don't start at the boot : error mach-kernel : so please someone could send a archive of your Extra folder to have a good work and a good boot for me. Thank you. Best regards. Thierry from france (Bordeaux) :rolleyes:
 

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I have been using optical out for audio for quite some time due to the fact that the DSDT for HDMI Audio would not wake from sleep under 10mins.

So I had some time today and extracted my DSDT, added HDMI patch from toleda's editing kit. Works perfectly and added a patch for sleep. It is working like a charm. I thought if any of you are having issues with sleep that I would post my DSDT.aml here. Motherboard H77n-Wifi Bios version F2. Use at your own risk.
 

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I've just built myself a new system with the same motherboard, a 2500k and a gtx660ti - and after installing and running multibeast, it will no longer boot past the white apple screen... I've reinstalled and reinstalled and does the same thing every single time. I have been using the nondst install method as I don't care for the HDMI audio. Am I missing something? As on my old install on a GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 i nondst installed with just the realtek ethernet and audio and it ran fine..

Its messing with my head! lol
 

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I've just built myself a new system with the same motherboard, a 2500k and a gtx660ti - and after installing and running multibeast, it will no longer boot past the white apple screen... I've reinstalled and reinstalled and does the same thing every single time. I have been using the nondst install method as I don't care for the HDMI audio. Am I missing something? As on my old install on a GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 i nondst installed with just the realtek ethernet and audio and it ran fine..

Its messing with my head! lol
You are using a SandyBridge processor with an IvyBridge Motherboard. Also your Graphics card requires the GraphicsEnabler=No boot Flag. Default MultiBeast is Yes.

Take a look at Post #6 in this link NO MONITOR SIGNAL!!! I can no longer get to BIOS or USB BOOT KEY after changing BIOS settings

Also try installing without your 660 and add it after install.

tonymacx86 - Enabling HD 3000 graphics on 7-series motherboards ...

Are you installing Lion or Mountain Lion?
 
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No problem. Remember that if you are going to install your 660 you will need GraphicsEnabler=No but I would suggest that you get your system how you want it then install the 660. If you need any help with MultiBeast then let me know.

I could use some help, I ran multibeast as the guide sad to do. I installed all the appropriate drivers. Now the computer will boot straight into mountain lion, except the boot fails unless i press -x to boot into safe mode. what do I do?

-thanks
 

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I could use some help, I ran multibeast as the guide sad to do. I installed all the appropriate drivers. Now the computer will boot straight into mountain lion, except the boot fails unless i press -x to boot into safe mode. what do I do?

-thanks
Please elaborate on boot fails, what happens? screen garbled, infinitive spinning wheel. Kernel Panic?
 
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Good question, I think it was a Kernal panic, lots of text on a white/gray background
Should I take a picture?
 
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