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BladeRunner

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Can audio be marked as built-in?
« on: November 11, 2010, 07:26:56 PM »
I searched but did not locate any discussion on this topic so, I will ask.  Is there a way - Info.plist or other - to cause the supported audio device to be marked as built-in? 

My system - HP Pavilion p6340f - provides an ALC888 audio chipset integrated in the system board.  However the system profiler does not see the device.  VoodooHDA works just fine for me as is.  I realize that seeing the sound device in the system profiler as "built-in audio" is only cosmetic.  Still, if the option is there, I would use it.
Base system: HP Pavilion P6340f Desktop  Intel� Core2Quad�  CPU: Speed: 2.66 GHz   Package: Socket 775 LGA:  L2 Cache 2 x 2048 KB  RAM : 8.0 GB:  DDR3

Disks : 2 eSATA @ 2 TB (hardware raid 1), NAS 4 x 2 TB raid 5 Display : 21" Samsung on EVGA GeForce 9400 GT - PCIe - 1900x1080  Keyboard/mouse :  USB connected  OS Version : 10.6.0 from retail DVD + SW update to 10.6.5 - Kernel:  Vanilla mach_kernel