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azuran

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  1. Hacked PS/2 Driver :)

    Could we get a new version of this please? The one in the topic is _not_ compatible with 10.4.4
  2. OSX86 on a Laptop

    Sure, it is a hypersonic CX5, (hypersonic-pc.com), don't think it is on the site anymore. 1.7ghz Pentium M Dothan (2MB Cache) 1gig Ram Radeon 9600 Mobile Realtek RTL8139 100mbit Ethernet Keyboard and mouse show up as standard PS/2 I tried disabling USB in my bios, but I can only disable Legacy, not all USB. Thanks, Victor
  3. Hacked PS/2 Driver :)

    Best of luck, your work is very much appreciated
  4. Hacked PS/2 Driver :)

    It works for me for a while but then it will randomly just stop, and I will have to plug in a usb mouse to do anything. Any ideas? There is no real indicative output to Console. Azuran
  5. OSX86 on a Laptop

    Hi there guys, I have an interesting issue. I am attempting to make OS X x86 work on my Centrino laptop. And so far with the appropriate patches it is going as well as might be expected. An ocassional crash here and there, but nothing systematic. HOWEVER, I have a very odd issue. I can use my build in keyboard and mouse (track pad) in the boot options, and on the login screen. But, as soon as the login finishes and everything loads the mouse and keyboard immediately stop working. At this point, plugging in a mouse works just fine, (it works at any point), but the issue is that obviously as this is a laptop, I don't want to have to attach any keyboards and mice to it. A mouse is ok, but to have to use a usb keyboard on a laptop is not really doable . Any suggestions, ideas, etc. would be very much appreciated, this is the only thing I have to make work and then I am set. And, I tried disabling USB in my BIOS options, but the only option I have is disable legacy, nothing besides that related to usb. Regards, Victor
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