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Charles Albert

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  1. Teclado e mouse PS/2

    Nenhum deles foi. Detalhe que na primeira inicialização eles bagunçavam o touchpad, mas depois de reiniciar novamente tudo voltava ao normal. Outra coisa: alguns segundos depois de copiar os kexts para S/L/E, aparecia uma mensagem do sistema dizendo que não tinha sido possível instalar a extensão de kernel AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext Tava pensando em apelar para remapeamento de teclas, mas não saquei direito como mexe naquele Ukelele. O primeiro arquivo desse tópico também não funcionou mais como tinha funcionado antes (consertando o teclado e zuando o áudio)
  2. Teclado e mouse PS/2

    Nah, já resolvi. Bootei com -s -x -v, depois usei o comando /sbin/mount -uw / e recuperei o backup dos meus kexts Depois de recuperar o sistema, fiz de acordo com as instruções: - Extraí o kexts para /S/L/E - Executei o kernel utility Mas tanto não resolveu meu teclado, como também deu pau no touchpad.
  3. Teclado e mouse PS/2

    Antes eu tinha só sobrescrito os kexts em S/L/E, agora fui usar o kext helper do jeito que você falou e quebrou meu sistema, a tela fica cinza pedindo pra reiniciar. E agora?
  4. Teclado e mouse PS/2

    Estava com esse problema de trocar a tecla de aspas com a da barra, e a tecla de interrogação funcionar como enter. Instalei esse kext desse post e o teclado voltou a funcionar, mas o som foi pro saco Alguma sugestão (interrogação)
  5. Dell Latitude D630 - Update 10.6 -> 10.6.6

    Hi, i've tried the suggestion indicated by dothacker, but when i get to the 10.6.4 i'm having USB problems (none of the ports are working). Also, using time machine to go back to 10.6.3 (yes, i am doing a backup before every upgrade), i'm having boot problems: before doing the post install, obviously i can't boot without the chameleon boot cd. But i can't boot with the cd either, it get stuck in the green-with-dark-apple loading screen, loading animation spinning all the time. Left like that for hours, and didn't loaded the system. Restarted and tried again without success. Will do a time machine to a 10.6.2. Also, another though: i've noticed that dothacker uses iatkos (it's on his/hers signature). I'm using chameleon. Could that influence somehow?
  6. Dell Latitude D630 - Update 10.6 -> 10.6.6

    Thanks for the suggestion dothacker, I will try it.
  7. I've used this thread to sucessfully install MacOSX 10.6 on my Dell Latitude D630 (C2D T8100, video NVidia, wireless Dell). Everything was easy and worked right out of the box. The problem comes when i try to upgrade to 10.6.6. I can install the update w/o any issues, but after that, my wireless is gone. Everything else works just fine - although i've probably didn't tested everything, cos i need the wifi and reinstalled 10.6, but not w/o trying to use the [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url], whose sucessfully screwed up the initialization. Maybe i'll try to update and then install the Wifi kext next, what do you boys and girls think? Anyone tried to use the method i've linked above, and then tried to update MacOSX? Thanks for this worderful comunnity, it has changed my life significantly in the past week, hackintoshingy wise