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Question: can be used, a possible explanation in more detail. thanks
Helo Rampagedev, the virtual audio of my GA-X79-UP5 don’t work. The icon is showed in menu, but inchanged. I use npci=0x3000 in my DSDT, how remove npci. I verified that with npci=0x3000 the audio AppleHAD don’t work. You can help me.
Its virtual audio… nothing ever comes out of it. Its just there for rendering for Adobe applications which have issues with modded AppleHDA. Sound will never come out as it is virtual i.e. does not exist.
How to remove Virtual Audio Device? I bought a nice soundcard but I can’t run a mixer. I’m looking for reasons – maybe is connected with it somehow. This device apears when I installed a Mavericks from Your guide (via myHack).
Yep, it’s included in SSDT.aml now, I think .. sorry for that 🙂
Correct. Its there for users who Render on there systems as the patched AppleHDA can cause issues over a long render. IE over 2 hours.
I’m having trouble here with the virtual audio device and would like to remove it , is there a proper way to do so ?
What is your issue?
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Pro Tools HD seems to be trying to use it and doesn’t let me pick another driver , i basically get an assertion error , weird things being that it worked fine during the first two weeks
thank you for the quick reply : you’re the Man !
I use pro tools on my system with no issues. Sounds like a config issue. You can just remove the code from the SSDT if you wish.
it won’t works on Yosemite. i use the same SSDT from Mavericks (with works) on Yosemite, but it won’t show the virtual audio device on sound panel.
10.10 is BETA software so its not important at all that it does not work in BETA software.
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