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M_97

Teclado Não Funciona

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Eu instalei o Mac OS X 10.5.6 num Compaq Presario CQ60-200EP, com o iPC.

 

As especificações são:

 

CPU: Intel Dual-Core T3400 2.10 GHz;

RAM: 3Gb DDR2 667 Mhz

Graphic card: NVIDIA GeForce 9200M GE 256Mb.

Hard Drive: 250 Gb

Display: 15,6"

 

Motherboard:

 

Mainfacturer: Hewlett-Packard

Model: 3617

Chipset: Intel PM45

Southbridge: 82801IM (ICH9-M)

LUPCIO: NS

 

Eu não instalei nenhum outro driver (só o pack de linguagem para PT-PT e o kernel universal).

 

Quando o computador reiniciou, aquilo abriu o Mac OS, mas apareceu uma janela que dizia que não reconhecia o teclado (é um laptop).

 

Eu liguei um mouse (sim, um mouse) USB Wireless, e a janela mudou, e passou a dizer parra primir a tecla ao lado do Shift do lado esquerdo (em Portugal, é "<")

 

Ora, eu premi a tecla, mas aquilo ficou a "identificar" durante meia-hora, pelo que eu desliguei o computador.

 

Alguém sabe como é que posso corrigir isto?

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