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About NathanS221

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  1. Mouse Not Working

    Hello. I recently installed OS X 10.6.3 iAtkos and the installation went rather swell..... Except for the fact after I finished installing, the mouse doesn't move. My keyboard and mouse are PS2 by the way. I get the message "No Keyboard Connected" which I can easily fix by pressing any button and then the OS X Setup Assissant asks me what kind of keyboard I have and due to the fact my mouse cannot move, I am stuck on that part of the installation. I have tried the following things: Booting with -x Using iAtko's PS2 mouse and keyboard drivers. Opening the Setup Assistant.app info.plist (Was blank) Reinstalling with different PS2 driver options. None work at all. :/ So is there anything I could do to fix my mouse issue?
  2. Hello Insanely Mac forums. Earlier today I dual booted Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.1 with Windows 7 Ultimate and my OS X installation has no sound and cannot connect to the internet. So I was wondering what drivers I actually need, since I kind of expected this to happen. My PC is very very low end and because my processor is Intel Atom, I can't upgrade to 10.6.3. Attached is my DXDiag, I'd be very greatful if someone could point me in the direction of the kexts I need. DxDiag.txt