I've recently encountered an interesting audio problem, using OS X with a Windows partition (via Boot Camp). Specifically, if the Windows partition is used, and then the computer is restarted into OS X, the sound no longer works in OS X. Once OS X has been restarted, the audio once again works. The audio always seems to work on the Windows side. Mac OS X 10.5 Intel/PPC Additional Requirements The Standalone Digidesign CoreAudio Driver v7.4.2 was tested and qualified on Mac OS X 10.5.3 only. A high-definition audio driver for macOS that will replace your current AppleHDA kernel extensions and provide you with an enhanced sound quality What's new in VoodooHDA 2.9: New.
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Intel High Definition Audio Driver Mac Os XUsing Win 10 1803 Host VB 5.2.22 Win10 Guest Build 18298 just installed no audio output.
Guest configured Enable Audio: checked, Host Audio Driver: Windows Direct Sound, Audio Controller: Intel HD Audio, Extended Features: Enable Audio Output: checked, Enable Audio Input: Unchecked.
Sound icon in system tray has red X Hover text No Audio Device is Installed.
Device manager shows Audio device failed to install, event error codes 420, 400, 411.
Have tried to use alternate audio devices AHC97, and SoundBlaster but no change.