- Sep 30, 2012
- ASRock Z370M Pro4
- RX 560
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Nope. Sorry, but I still don't quite get how to do this. Could you write a "dummies" guide for me to follow, please?
Required reading: toleda's thread on HDMI Audio
Step 0: Make a bootable backup of your system using Carbon Copy Cloner or something similar.
Step 1: Make sure you haven't installed any binary patches to /System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext (compare the version in /S/L/E with the version in the Mac OS X Installer). If you have, revert to the original kext by reinstalling the one from the OS X Installer to /System/Library/Extensions using KextUtility or a similar program. Similarly, remove any kext patches related to HDMI audio that you may have installed previously in your Clover config.plist file.
Step 2: After reading toleda's guide above, you can download the correct patches for your system and situation; in this case, Clover bootloader (using config.plist), OS X 10.11 El Capitan, Ivy Bridge NUC with HD4000 (Capri) graphics. You will need to download the following file, which contains the necessary kext patches to add to your own Clover config.plist: https://github.com/toleda/audio_CloverHDMI/blob/master/config-hdmi_hd4000-100.plist.zip
Step 3: After downloading and extracting the file above, open config-hdmi_hd4000-100.plist in any text editor. Verify that your config.plist has the "KernelAndKextPatches" section. Copy the "KextsToPatch" section from the file you downloaded into the proper section in your Clover config.plist. Save and reboot to find out if your HDMI audio now works.