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iATKOS ML2 - Keyboard and touchpad not working on Fujitsu Lifebook NH532

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I have recently installed iATKOS ML2 on a Fujitsu Lifebook NH532.

As I could not install on an internal disk, I used an external USB disk.


During the installation as well as after the installation, I am unable to use the laptop keyboard and touchpad.

For the installation I used USB mouse and keyboard.


What do I need to do in order to enable in iATKOS ML2 the laptop keyboard and touchpad?


FYI, during the installation

- I used no boot flags (any USB-related flags did not help)

- I selected the PS2 drivers from the customization menu; however this did not help the situation


I am also unable to select my resolution i.e. 1600x900. I only have the default option i.e. 1024x768

How can I use the right resolution? 


Many Thanks!



P.S. Would anyone know how to overcome the problem of the the internal disks not being recognized during the iATKOS ML2 installation? 


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A quick update:



I am still unable to use the laptop keyboard and touchpad :(


I have copied those kext into the /System/Library/Extensions folder:

- AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext 

- ApplePS2Controller.kext


It didn't work.


I have also copied this kext into the /System/Library/Extensions folder (in a clean installation):

- IOUSBFamily.kext

Unfortunately the keyboard and touchpad again did not work.
If I use the USBLegacyOff=Yes, the OS does not start and it even corrupts my installation.
Screen Resolution
Using the boot command "Graphics Mode"="1600x900x32" solves my problem  :)
Could you please help me out?
Having reached to this point, it is a pity not to be able to use the laptop keyboard. 

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