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I have myself an unbranded laptop. It is an atom D525 with Intel GMA 3150 graphics, I am running 10.6.7 with no kernel panics and everything except graphics working and the trackpad a bit odd.

My trackpad works fine with 2-finger scrolling with ##### but when I use Chameleon is is quite skippy and then when I try and turn 2-finger scrolling it completley stops working! It's using a Voodoo PS/2 Trackpad kext I'm pretty sure, any ideas on why it's working with ##### and not the latest Chameleon?

Now with the 3150 graphics, it is stuck on 1024x768, I need it at 1366x768! So currently it is very squished up, the Graphics Enabler or Graphics Mode in ##### and Chameleon does not make a difference at all, I used NetbookInstaller 0.8.5 and also tried the seperate bootloader Meklort released for the 3150. Both of them only said something along the lines: 'Legacy915Enabler: No device vendor ID: 8026 device 2645 2642 2647 Disabled' I have written that from memory so it probably is not exact. Though I think it just doesn't recognise the 3150 is there, I have the Desktop 3150 but I checked in the source code on SVN and my ID is included in it (Display controller [0380]: Intel Corporation Unknown device [8086:a002] (rev 02)) It recognises it when it boots up though as it shows the make and model when #####/Chameleon starts to boot up OS X. I can change to any of the VESA supported resolutions but none of them are proper ones that don't squish up my whole screen, the highest i can go is 1024x768 and I need 1366x768

Also just as I tried to copy the ID I realised that without ##### my windows key does not work either! It just shows √ for paste and ç for copy!

Thank you for your time,
Matt.





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