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Need help :( no sound with niresh 10.9.3 and asus p5q pro

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Hello all,

I am really demotivated. I installed niresh 10.9 but i don't get my sound to work. I tried several kexts and tools  and whatever. I did this so far i had to reinstall. I updated to 10.9.3 but there is no sound at all. Actually im running with voodooHDA 2.8.4 but still no sound. I am a really newbie without any plan of coding. My hardware is asus p5q pro with intel xeon quad and 8gb of ram. My graphic card is nvidia 660. Please help me.

 

regards snika

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well its working. After hours of hours i just unplugged my headphones and plugged it in again. love it!

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