- May 8, 2013
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
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.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?
You are using a SandyBridge processor with an IvyBridge Motherboard. Also your Graphics card requires the GraphicsEnabler=No boot Flag. Default MultiBeast is Yes.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
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.
Please elaborate on boot fails, what happens? screen garbled, infinitive spinning wheel. Kernel Panic?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?