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Me to, major problem

 

after deleting the lines it didn't work,

 

then I've tried program method,

 

The keyboard got screwed up, typing 7 all the time, can't do anything, won't let me to type my password even with attached USB keyboard, types 7 in between.

 

Apparently it put some PS2 kext now I don't know what to do. Is there any way to disable the internal keyboard from Darvin?

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Word of advice people above. If you do something, make sure you can undo it. (Look to see what installer packages do we before you run them)

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Hi everyone!

 

I am using VodooPS2Controller.kext and I tried the .pkg solution for my trackpad, but I have a little problem: My trackpad works just ok right now, except for the tap clicking. I activate the option in the trackpad panel and it works, but only for that session; when I reboot my tap clicking doesn't work anymore until I desactivate and activate again the option in the panel of System Preferences. Any ideas?

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If you are using Voodoo you should use their prefPane. Make sure to add the preference loader to your startup items for that to work though.

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(Note: Use this only if your PS2 kext's are loaded from /S/L/E)

 

http://www.megaupload.com/ru/?d=7WAN7BMH

 

Oh, thanx a lot, but, my display video on Lenovo S10 not works in 1024x576 yet... i try install a lot kext's and show a lot "apple" in 1024x576 and not image of desktop anymore... i don't know what i do :X but, keyboard and trackpad wow... so well... :(

 

but, i need use my usb keyboard and my usb mouse for install it... and not anymore :(

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I can confirm this t be working on my DV5-1215ee with Snow Leopard 10.6.2

 

Just deleted

 

<key>VendorID</key>

<integer>1452</integer>

 

Didn't even have to reboot.

 

Thank you so much! :)

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Move to the trash the following two files from /Users/<my user>/Library/Caches/

a. com.apple.preferencepanes.cache

b. com.apple.preferencepanes.searchindexcache

 

reboot

but does'nt work

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<key>VendorID</key>

<integer>1452</integer>

 

Just delete above strings in applePS2

Confirmed T410i + 10.6.5

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<key>VendorID</key>

<integer>1452</integer>

 

Just delete above strings in applePS2

Confirmed T410i + 10.6.5

 

I looked everywhere for the string cannot find it..

well after reading I find out in was in trackpad prefs pane Ill give it a try for my Alps

 

cannot find the above string in trackpad pref pane contents infoplist weird

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the string is into the kext not into the prefpane...you can visualize the pref pane if you modify the related kext ....read better...

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