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ALC887 not working/detected

I set up a Hackintosh for the first time and it took a while to set up. I got everything to work EXCEPT for sound. I tried to installations, but when I run the command file, it says no audio device detected. On clover bootloader, under audio, it says "Unknown HDA device". My audio device is Realtek ALC887. Any help would be appreciated. @Niresh

My system: 

  • Intel i3 6100 3.7 Ghz
  • Nvidia GTX 750 Ti
  • MSI H110m Pro-D motherboard
  • Windows 10 Home - Toshiba 1tb HDD 7200rpm NTFS
  • Macintosh Sierra - WD Green 750gb HDD 5400rpm HFS+

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Open terminal & run the following command post the output here

sudo lspci -nn

Have you tried installing AppleALC.kext, now AppleALC.kext requires Lilu.kext Install both and let me know the results

If it doesn't work remove AppleALC.kext and Lilu.kext then install VoodooHDA.kext check if it is working 

Get back to me with the results @teemo

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@Niresh

Hi, I tried the first method but it did not work. I also tried VoodooHDA but when I try to access it, it says "No VoodooHDA Devices Detected". I tried to run that command but I get the following: "sudo: lspci: command not found". Any ideas?

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@teemo Download and Install LSPCI, then run the command post results

How did you install macOS Sierra?

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@Niresh

Okay when I run lspci after installing it, I get: 

Mehtabs-iMac:~ mehtabmahir$ sudo lspci -nn
Password:
DirectHW.kext not loaded.
lspci: Cannot find any working access method.
Mehtabs-iMac:~ mehtabmahir$ 

First time I installed the hackintoshzone.com version (audio still didnt work), then I made an official vanilla apple installation through app store and installed that.

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I think the kext isn't loaded, You must restart after installing LSPCI, Sorry i didn't mention that @teemo

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