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Yosemite 10.10.5 knocked out my audio

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Hi guys,

New here although have had my hackintosh for 4 years and have had no problems until now.

I wanted to install additional software instruments on garageband and in order to do so it asked me to update my OS from 10.10.4 to 10.10.5.

The update worked fine but since doing it I have no audio. Fired up garageband and get the message "selected driver not found (-10202)"

When i go to audio in sys preferences there is no inputs or outputs there.

I have been searching google for the last 3 hours looking for a solution with no luck.

Things I have tried:
Booting in safe mode then rebooting normally
Killing the coreaudiod in the activity monitor
entering a bunch of different stuff in the terminal, all of which asks me for a password then seems to do nothing.

From what I have read it seems that resetting the PRAM and NVRAM would sort it yet this doesnt apply to hackintosh or so I am told.

Any help greatly appreciated. Only reason I have a hackintosh is for audio purposes!
 

BreBo

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Any help greatly appreciated. Only reason I have a hackintosh is for audio purposes!
This update will replace your audio drivers.
If using Chimera/MultiBeast you will have to reinstall AppleHDA using MultiBeast before or after reboot.
See OS X 10.10.5 Update
 
Joined
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Gigabytes H87M-D3H mainboard base LGA 1150
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Intel Core i5 4440 quad core (socket 1150, 3.10ghz, 6mb, 84w)
Not sure about the whole multibeast/chimera thing. I vaguely remember using something like that when I first built it but that was years ago.
 
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