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Old Nov 8, 2011, 02:37 AM   #1
fishrtheone
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Mac Mini Audio Driver Request

Hello,

I'm new to this forums, as I am new to my new 2011 Mac Mini, so any pointers will be greatly appreciated.

I have installed windows 7 with bootcamp 4.0 with all the drivers that I've downloaded separately, as internet in my area is really really bad so I can't download it from the already slow Apple servers. Everything works out properly except for the sound, nothing is coming out from my external speakers, and my audio output jack is emitting a red light.

After a few days of research, I found out that I require the Cirrus Logic CS4206B (AB 35) drivers, and I have searched all over the web and I cannot find this driver.

So what I'm asking is, if anyone with a bootcamped mac mini will be kind enough to provide me with CS4206B (AB 35) driver from a properly downloaded windows support driver.

My current solution is by using CS4206A series drivers (Which I assume is from the iMac) but it only outputs through the Mini's teeny speakers.

Any help will greatly be appreciated.
Thank you very much!
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Old Feb 26, 2012, 05:21 AM   #2
nrao1948
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Audio in Windows 7 in Mac Mini

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Originally Posted by fishrtheone View Post
Hello,

I'm new to this forums, as I am new to my new 2011 Mac Mini, so any pointers will be greatly appreciated.

I have installed windows 7 with bootcamp 4.0 with all the drivers that I've downloaded separately, as internet in my area is really really bad so I can't download it from the already slow Apple servers. Everything works out properly except for the sound, nothing is coming out from my external speakers, and my audio output jack is emitting a red light.

After a few days of research, I found out that I require the Cirrus Logic CS4206B (AB 35) drivers, and I have searched all over the web and I cannot find this driver.

So what I'm asking is, if anyone with a bootcamped mac mini will be kind enough to provide me with CS4206B (AB 35) driver from a properly downloaded windows support driver.

My current solution is by using CS4206A series drivers (Which I assume is from the iMac) but it only outputs through the Mini's teeny speakers.

Any help will greatly be appreciated.
Thank you very much!
I got audio with this

Download
http://www.cirrus.com/en/pubs/softwa...P_1-0-0-38.zip
Add hardware to install thje sound card cirrus logic CS4206
Connect a head set and install its drivers.
Play any sound
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