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Crash after DSDT Replacement

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Hello there!

I'm obviously new to the forum... and as you will understand when reading - new to hackintoshing.

I managed to install and run - quite successfully if I may say - OS X on an Ivy Bridge AsRock B75 Pro3-M MoBo.

Whatever I did though, I couldn't get sound to work. That is why I did some googling and came across Olarila. I found a DSDT file that was requested by a user with the same motherboard as mine and installed it. That's exactly when my installation crashed. I tried changing my BIOS version (someone told me that mattered for DSDT files), tried various kernel boot flags, but nothing worked, so now I'm stuck.

I guess after all I said my question is: Is there a way out of this situation, or should I be re-installing instead of wandering around the web?


P.S. I tried getting a "clean" DSDT and loaded it on boot. Didn't help a notch.

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dsdt is like under ware .. never use from another.. rsrsrs

boot without it.. if it works before...

about sound 2 solutions





good hack

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Lenovo G500 - i5 3230m - HM77 - Ram - 8 GB - Conexant audio - HD 4000

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Turns out maybe my sound kext turned out to be the problem. I deleted AppleHDA.kext and /Extra/*.mkext

Then my system booted with -v -f Flags. Graphics are awful and still no sound, but I surely won't stop digging around.

Thanks for the answer and the links.

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