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iatkos l2 keyboard trackpad

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Hi
I've installed iatkos L2 on my PC but when i restart, it seems fine, except for the keyboard and trackpad that don't work.
luckly I have a bluetooth mouse that works.
but still I can't configure my OS because I can't create an account...
somehow i managed to go to system preferences, i tried to copy some text to create my account, but paste doesn't seems to work.

if anyone can help me i'd really apreciate it!!
thanks!!

my computer is a hp3650ep laptop
(centrino2)
  • Processador Intel® Core;2 Duo P8600 2,40 GHz
  • RAM 4096 MB (2 x 2048 MB)
  • HD 320 GB SATA 5400 rpm
  • Screen 13.3; WXGA LED 1280 x 800
  • WebCam HP Pavilion w/Mic
  • NVIDIA GeForce 9300M GS 512 MB
by the way, the keyboard works fine during the installation...

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Are you using a PS2 keyboard?

If so, try with a USB keyboard.

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Do you have any kexts installed for your keyboard and trackpad? Use a usb keyboard and mouse to complete your installation.

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well it's a laptop, so the keyboard is embeded, but in windows it apears as PS/2. I used a usb keyboard and managed to configure the account. then installed the voodooPS2 kext but now neither the keyboards work... :S

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You should try an appleps2controller.kext.

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i had this problem with my laptop also,
i multi-boot with other os's so could just edit this file from snow:

/System/Library/CoreServices/Setup\ Assistant.app/Contents/Info.plist
open it and delete these lines
<string>DeviceSection</string>
<string>KeyboardTypeSection</string>

if you cant do this you will have to boot into single user with -s -v -x flags and then (guessing here a bit)
fsck -fy
mount -uw/

then use nano to edit file
google this and find out more

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i had this problem with my laptop also, i multi-boot with other os's so could just edit this file from snow: /System/Library/CoreServices/Setup\ Assistant.app/Contents/Info.plist open it and delete these lines DeviceSection KeyboardTypeSection if you cant do this you will have to boot into single user with -s -v -x flags and then (guessing here a bit) fsck -fy mount -uw/ then use nano to edit file google this and find out more


I opened that file but it is empty... :S

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Download ##### http://tonymacx86.bl...stallation.html

And install the keyboard kexts from there.

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I opened that file but it is empty... :S

no it isnt. did you right click on the .app and select 'show package contents' ?





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