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This is the description of my new notebook:

 

Processor type : Intel® Pentium® processor U5400

clock speed : 1.20 GHz

Front Side Bus : 800 MHz

3rd level cache : 3 MB

System memory standard : 4,096 (2,048 + 2,048) MB

maximum expandability : 8,192 MB

technology : DDR3 RAM (800 MHz)

Hard disk capacity : 320 GB

drive rotation : 5,400 rpm

Display size : 29.5cm (11.6”)

type : Toshiba TruBrite® HD TFT High Brightness display with 16 : 9 aspect ratio and LED backlighting

internal resolution : 1,366 x 768

Graphics adapter manufacturer : Intel®

type : Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator HD

memory amount : up to 1,696 MB shared memory with 4 GB system memory installed, (with pre-installed 64-bit operating system)

integrated VGA Web Camera with built-in microphone

1 (Left) x eSATA/USB 2.0

2 (Right 2) x USB 2.0

1 x HDMI supporting 1080p signal format

1 x Multi-Card Reader (supports SD™ Card up to 2 GB, miniSD™/microSD™ Card with adapter up to 2 GB, SDHC™ Card up to 32 GB, SDXC™ Card up to 64 GB, Memory Stick® up to 256 MB, Memory Stick Pro™ up to 16 GB, MultiMedia Card™ up to 2 GB and xD-Picture Card™ up to 2 GB)

Wireless communication Compliancy : Wi-Fi®

Network Support : 802.11b/g/n

Wireless Technology : Wireless LAN

Wired communication topology : Fast Ethernet LAN

speed : 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX

Sound system supported audio format : 24-bit stereo

speakers : built-in stereo speaker

manufacturer : Toshiba Bass Enhanced Sound System

Keyboard Keys : 86

Windows® keys : Yes

Pointing device type : Touch Pad with Multi-Touch Control supporting two-finger scroll, pinch, flip and rotate.

 

 

 

 

 

After install the iAtkos S3v2 the mouse is really slow and sometimes don't move, what can i do for that?

 

i have readed a lot of Topics and installed many mouse drivers but is hollways the same, if some one can help me?

 

on the pictures are my score on CPU-Z

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This is how i’ve installed

press F8 to go to the Chameleon Boot Icon menu, then type –v busratio=9

 

In the Installer Customise menu, initially I select only the options shown in BOLD here:

 

> iATKOS S3 Main System [Pre-selected Default]

 

> Bootloader

 

>> AsereBLN v1.19 [Default]

 

>> PC_EFI v10.6

 

>> Slice

 

>> AnVAL Loader

 

>> Chameleon v2 RC5

 

>> Chameleon v2 RC4

 

> Bootloader Options

 

>> 32-bit boot

 

>> Graphics Enabler

 

>> -pci1

 

>> Ethernet

 

>> USB (USBBusFix; EHCIacquire; UHCIreset)

 

>> Quiet Boot

 

>> Legacy Logo

 

>> UUID [selecting this breaks HDD multiboot options]

 

> Patches

 

>> /Extra directory [Default]

 

>> fakesmc [Default] V2.5 [MUST BE SELECTED]

 

>> Disabler [Default]

 

>> RTC (RTC [Default]; RTC(32bit))

 

>> Modified Kernels (qoopz 10.3.0; qoopz 10.2.0; PCJ kernel; Atom Kernel)

 

>> EVO Reboot [Default]

 

>> Sleep Enabler

 

>> USB

 

>> UUID

 

> Drivers

 

>> Main Hardware

 

>>> SATA/IDE (AHCI SATA; Intel SATA/IDE; JMicron SATA/IDE; VIA SATA/IDE (support for VIA, SiS, SI, ULI, Marvell and some nForce chipsets); > nForce SATA/IDE)

 

>>> Sound (Voodoo HDA [Default]; Apple HDA 10.6.2 [Default])

 

>>> PS/2 (Apple PS/2; Voodoo PS/2) I have tried the 2 options

 

>>> CPU Power Management (Voodoo P-State; Voodoo Power; EvO Speedstep)

 

>>> Laptop Hardware (Battery; Card Reader; TSC Sync; ACPI Thermal (32bit)

 

>>> NTFS-3G (Mac FUSE Core; NTFS-3G [automatic sub-selection])

 

>> VGA

 

>>> nVidia

 

>>>> EFI String (DVI/DVI; DVI/VGA; VGA/DVI)

 

>>>> Enablers (NVEnabler; Natit)

 

>>> ATI

 

>>>> Enablers (EVO enabler; ATY-Init (32bit)

 

>>>> ATI 48xx

 

>>>> ATI Framebuffer

 

>>> Intel

 

>>>> EFI String

 

>>>> Natit (32bit)

 

>>>> GMA 950 (GMA 950 27A2 (32bit); GMA 950 27AE (32bit))

 

>>>> GMA X3100 (Framebuffer (32bit)

 

>> Network

 

>>> Wireless

 

>>>> Atheros

 

>>>> Atheros Corei7 fix

 

>>>> Broadcom

 

>>>> Ralink (RT257x; RT2500 (32bit); RT2870; RT2860 (32bit); RT256x (32bit))

 

>>>> Realtek (RTL8187 (32bit); RTL8187B (32bit); RTL8187L (32bit); RTL8187SE (32bit))

 

>>>> Zydas (32bit)

 

>>> Wired

 

>>>> Realtek (RTL8168; RTL8139)

 

>>>> Marvell (Yukon 88E8001; Yukon 88E8056)

 

>>>> Atheros (Attansic L1; Attansic L1E; Attansic L2 (32bit)

 

>>>> Intel (Intel Pro V100; Intel Gigabit)

 

>>>> Broadcom (BCM440x; BCM5755M (32bit); BCM5787M (32bit))

 

>>>> nForce

 

>>>> Via Rhine (32bit)

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This is the description of my new notebook:

 

Processor type : Intel® Pentium® processor U5400

clock speed : 1.20 GHz

Front Side Bus : 800 MHz

3rd level cache : 3 MB

System memory standard : 4,096 (2,048 + 2,048) MB

maximum expandability : 8,192 MB

technology : DDR3 RAM (800 MHz)

Hard disk capacity : 320 GB

drive rotation : 5,400 rpm

Display size : 29.5cm (11.6”)

type : Toshiba TruBrite® HD TFT High Brightness display with 16 : 9 aspect ratio and LED backlighting

internal resolution : 1,366 x 768

Graphics adapter manufacturer : Intel®

type : Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator HD

memory amount : up to 1,696 MB shared memory with 4 GB system memory installed, (with pre-installed 64-bit operating system)

integrated VGA Web Camera with built-in microphone

1 (Left) x eSATA/USB 2.0

2 (Right 2) x USB 2.0

1 x HDMI supporting 1080p signal format

1 x Multi-Card Reader (supports SD™ Card up to 2 GB, miniSD™/microSD™ Card with adapter up to 2 GB, SDHC™ Card up to 32 GB, SDXC™ Card up to 64 GB, Memory Stick® up to 256 MB, Memory Stick Pro™ up to 16 GB, MultiMedia Card™ up to 2 GB and xD-Picture Card™ up to 2 GB)

Wireless communication Compliancy : Wi-Fi®

Network Support : 802.11b/g/n

Wireless Technology : Wireless LAN

Wired communication topology : Fast Ethernet LAN

speed : 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX

Sound system supported audio format : 24-bit stereo

speakers : built-in stereo speaker

manufacturer : Toshiba Bass Enhanced Sound System

Keyboard Keys : 86

Windows® keys : Yes

Pointing device type : Touch Pad with Multi-Touch Control supporting two-finger scroll, pinch, flip and rotate.

 

 

 

 

 

After install the iAtkos S3v2 the mouse is really slow and sometimes don't move, what can i do for that?

 

i have readed a lot of Topics and installed many mouse drivers but is hollways the same, if some one can help me?

 

on the pictures are my score on CPU-Z

 

Your trackpad and keyboard are both PS/2, whereas I am guessing that your mouse is USB...........

 

OS X expects to see a USB keyboard and USB mouse...........PS/2 is not naturally supported by OS X........so the PS/2 kexts are hacked kexts..........either all PS/2, or better, all USB combos are better than a mixed PS/2 and USB combo........

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Your trackpad and keyboard are both PS/2, whereas I am guessing that your mouse is USB...........

 

OS X expects to see a USB keyboard and USB mouse...........PS/2 is not naturally supported by OS X........so the PS/2 kexts are hacked kexts..........either all PS/2, or better, all USB combos are better than a mixed PS/2 and USB combo........

 

Hi verdant,

You are really the best......

I never tried the USB mouse but i will do it and play with the new USB kext that i found.

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after some tries with a USB mouse all is the same, is irritating the fact that i whant to move the mouse and nothing or pixel by pixel moving, i apreciate all the help this is guiving me crasy.

 

Have you tried a USB keyboard and USB mouse connected to your laptop?

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Yes, but is making the samething.

do you think that is maby better to try to upgrade to 10.6.4?

or shold i try to install OSX 10.5?

 

Try

<key>USBBusFix</key>
<string>Yes</string>

in com.apple.Boot.plist....

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Try

<key>USBBusFix</key>
<string>Yes</string>

in com.apple.Boot.plist....

 

I've checked and is already there, is there a possibility that the problem is from the (1.2Ghz) low CPU? because it takes a litle bit long when i open a pen or a program.

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I've checked and is already there, is there a possibility that the problem is from the (1.2Ghz) low CPU? because it takes a litle bit long when i open a pen or a program.

 

Try with

<key>USBBusFix</key>
<string>No</string>

 

Also, go to Terminal and type

 

sudo chown -R root:wheel /System/Library/Extensions/
sudo chmod -R 755 /System/Library/Extensions/
sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions/
sudo kextcache -v 1 -t -m /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/Extensions.mkext /System/Library/Extensions/

 

Reboot with -v -f and then use Disk Utility to repair OS X permissions............

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It worked, many tanks for your help :)

 

Glad to help....... :)

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