I have a Sony Vaio E-series laptop (SVE14A) and I am trying to install OS X on it.
I got the original dmg and booted it from a USB on Legacy mode on my laptop.
I managed to install it without any problems, the touchpad and keyboard were working fine.
After the installation, I booted it up using Clover bootloader, it loaded up fine and I set the language and region fine then got to the desktop.
The touchpad then was working but the buttons and taps were not working. the keyboard seemed to be not working too.
I pressed the power button on my laptop, it asked me to shutdown and I pressed enter.... it shutdown , so the keyboard was working
So I booted on UEFI mode on my laptop and booted up my linux distro, then mounted the partition on which I installed OS X (/dev/sda8 in this case). I went into S/L/E and added some KernelEXTension called "Voodoo PS2" (as I have googled it and found it useful to some ppl).
Rebooted into legacy mode again, only to find that the keyboard and touchpad are totally dead now.
Rebooted again into UEFI mode to my linux, then removed the "Voodoo PS2 controller.kext". Then rebooted into Legacy again. Found the keyboard and touch pad dead again
Here is what I tried:
Tried a couple of KEXTs that are related to PS2, but none worked. Didn't put 2 KEXTs at the same time, had to delete each and replace with another.
Tried 2 USB mouses and a USB keyboard, none worked.
Tried booting using "EHCIhard=Yes" flag, didn't work.
So Now I'm stuck with a working OSX but without touchpad or keyboard
Can't even enter my password.
Intel Core i5-2450M Processor 2.50 GHz (intel HD 300 inside )
AMD Radeon HD7670M 1GB video card
Back-lit keyboard (don't know if this matters)
640GB Western Digital HDD