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No USB after SL Retail.

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Yesterday I installed SL Retail with Navcom ModCD, installation was long, but it has installed succesfully. After installation I couldn't boot from my hdd with Navcom because I got and Still waiting for root device line. Than I decided to boot it with i boot-Legacy and it worked, the intro movie was shown to me, but when the keyboard identification window appeared to me the mouse and the keyboard connected to the usb didn't worked. It's strange because during the installation ther were working properly. By booting with -v the boot hangs on two moments(on the first image shorter, on the secords longer and after that the keyboard identification window appears. What do I have to do to activate the USB?

My laptop:

-AMD Turion X2 TL-52

-1GB RAM 667

-nForce chipset C51m/430

-geForce GO 7200

-100GB SATA Seagate

-Contentax HD Audio

-Broadcom 4312





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With your USB problem, the BIOS is probably preventing OS X taking control of the USB ports, using the Chameleon bootloader, try as boot flags:


"-v EHCIacquire=Yes"

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