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Avoid HDMI audio output


Hi all.
I managed to install Leopard 10.6.3 on my P5LP snow-LE (Pentium 4) using a kernel compatible.
Have Internet audio and graphics but not yet.
I think the problem is in the graphics card.
The graphics card is GT220 1GB with HDMI output and the latter is what is giving me the can.
In the audio panel only leave 4 HDMI digital audio greetings and none of it works.
I'm using the latest version of the kext "VoodooHD" and his audio panel configuration.
I tried to edit the info.plist of the kext "VoodooHD" to ignore HDMI audio output of the GT220 but without success.
That achieving this would be to use the sound card of the board (ALC882).

The code I use in the Info.plist are these:

VoodooHDADidSkip: 3,042

VoodooHDAVidSkip: 4,318

With data from lspci I get this on audio:

01:00.1 Audio device [0403]: nVidia Corporation High Definition Audio Controller [10DE: 0be2] (rev a1)

However when I use another graphics card than the GT220, the lspci shows me this:

00:1 b.0 Audio device [0403]: Intel Corporation N10/ICH 7 Family High Definition Audio Controller [8086:27 d8] (rev 01)

Maybe not using the appropriate command (VoodooHDADidSkip and VoodooHDAVidSkip).

If anyone knows how to make the Kext VoodooHDA ignore HDMI audio output of the GT220, I would be very grateful.

A greeting and thanks


If you look at this thread:
It explains how to edit the info.plist for voodooHDA to force it to run on the Intel HDA only.

It should look something like this

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