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Hi,

I had been trying to get a Hackintosh running on an incompatible HP computer for months so I rebuilt it with an old Gigabyte p55A-UD4P motherboard.

I cant get the mouse or the keyboard to work. The light on the mouse works during bootup but its dark once I'm at the install screen.

I read that USBBusFix=yes might work but it had no effect.

I would really appreciate any advice.

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install screen?
is it ps2 or usb ?

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They are USB devices.

By install screen I mean, I boot from the DVD and I get to the screen where I select languages and I cant move the mouse or control it with the keyboard

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Hi

boot

-v

and post photo of the verbose boot

try also see in bios if i as usb legacy

good hack

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Hi,

I check the USB legacy mode and tried it on both its enabled and disabled settings.

Here are the photo's of the -v mode

Any clues?

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Would using an apple keyboard and mouse help?

I also tried -f (in a different attempt than the one pictured above)

I see a great many posts about the mouse not working on google, but most of the threads end without any resolution.

Could the issue be caused by having a incompatible WIFI card installed? The system is pretty bare bones at the moment.

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hi

try in boot

-v EHCIaquire=Yes

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Thanks for the reply.

I tried that along with permutations of -v EHCIacquire=Yes UHCIreset=Yes USBBusFix=Yes USBLegacyOff=Yes

Still no dice though

I attached new images of the attempt with the above flags. The first one is a bit blurry, I tried to get it several times, but the screen is scrolling to quickly for the camera.

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hi

try to disable u serial ports

and the firewire

good hack

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Hi,

I tried those to no avail. I disabled pretty much everything else after that to see if anything along those lines might help but no dice.

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hello

only option i see as to use a custom dsdt

http://olarila.com/f....php?f=19&t=634

try to search in data base if there are the patch for u mobo.

good hack





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