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  1. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    given the tablet enabler uses acpi to enable it - is it also possible, based on this, to allow us to create an enabler for the function buttons, or more specifically to set the required acpi flag to enable bluetooth/wireless from within osx?
  2. I've been reading about DSDT patching and wondered whether it would be possible to implement the equivalent of the IBM ACPI project using DSDT patching alone? http://ibm-acpi.sourceforge.net/README This would, amongst other things, allow me to turn my bluetooth on/off (at the moment it's not recognised because it's switched to off, but i cannot switch it on without a working windows install.) I see people have achieved something along these lines for the Asus netbook.. Am i barking up the wrong tree? Does anybody smarter than me want to help?
  3. ATI Radeon Mobility users wanted

    - ATI Mobility FireGL v5250 (0x71d4) - QE/VI working fully - Internal LCD working 100% (apart from backlight control, but i believe this is seperate) - External VGA working (except after laptop has resumed from sleep - external display never comes on) - Display mirroring working - Display expansion working
  4. check with ukelele as to whether your system is even recognising the keypress - mine wasn't - had to use an update ps2controller and ps2keyboard plugin
  5. Thinkpad Display Problem

    i have the same problem on 10.5.4 - did you ever find a solution?
  6. Notebook PS2 keyboard

    sorry for the short answer i am in a bit of a hurry - look for my posts (click on my name) - you'll see a topic i replied in - chun-nan compiled a ps2controller kext file for me which sets the format of the keyboard to ISO rather than ansi if you can't find it i'll pop back on later and give a more detailed answer
  7. AppleACPIPS2Nub for Leopard only

    thanks for compiling the ISO version - this half solved the problem - by default ukelele now sees my keyboard as usb pro in ISO format however, the key to the left of my z key still wasn't being recognised after some playing, taking the keyboard kext from the first post in http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=95568 and putting it within the plugins folder of the ps2controller (replacing the one that was there) resolves the problem and the key now gets recognised then, installing the keylayout file from the ukelele dmg for uk intl english (logitech) gave me all my keys! thanks for your help on this - i don't know what the changes are within the keyboard kext that make my keyboard work - i'm just glad that they work!!