Tag Archives: audio

Perfecting Your Snow Leopard Hackintosh

June 17th, 2010


Note: As of June 17, 2010, the Retail Snow Leopard Installation Guide includes these updates. If you followed that guide after June 17, 2010, you will already have these updated kexts and therefore should ignore this guide. With much excitement, I bring you this update guide to finally resolve the audio issues in Snow Leopard. […]

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Drivers Galore! (The Master Drivers Guide)

July 9th, 2009


Over the past couple of months, many Leopard drivers have been released, updated, killed with OS updates, etc. To keep up with all of these changes, one must refer to 12 different posts, two encyclopedias, and a lawyer to go through all the fine. I figured “If people have to look in so many places, […]

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Your audio doesn’t work, right? Well….

March 23rd, 2009


This site has been up for a while now and, so far, it has seen five different releases of OS X, four major builds of OS X (Kalyway, iAtkos, XxX, and iPC), and countless hardware issues resolved. But whether you’re new to this whole OS X 86 thing or you’re just having some problems, not […]

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Fine Tuning The Volume On Your Mac

March 13th, 2009


After installing the new AppleHDA and having the audio finally working properly, I figured you would probably want to mess around with some new settings that are available to you. First, you can get more precise volume adjustment by holding down the option(Windows Key) + shift keys and tapping the volume up/down keys on your […]

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Mac Startup Sound On Your Hackintosh

March 13th, 2009


For those of you who have a real Mac, you’re probably familiar with the “Sosumi” sound; that cheery “BONG!” that greets you when you boot OS X. Unfortunately, for those of us intrepid hackers who use OSX86, the sound is unavailable. Apple has baked the sound into their EFI firmware, which as of yet doesn’t […]

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