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VoodooPS2Controller on Toshiba Satellite Notebook.

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I successfully installed iAtkos S3 v2 on my Notebook, with everything working except Network (RTL8187SE, Ethernet not sure) and Video (ATI Mobility Radeon 3100 HD). After a lot of searching I found .kext for both (Only framebuffer for VGA though). But on reboot my previously working Trackpad stopped working while Keyboard worked fine, both are PS/2. I got VoodooPS2Controller.kext from this link http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/257504-voodoo-trackpad-error/ and deleted all previous PS2 .kext as mentioned. After reboot even the keyboard doesn't work what do I do to fix this?

 

Can I use Linux Live to change/install .kext?

 

Or do I reinstall?

 

P.S I know how to install .kext and rebuild cache.

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Hello

 

Welcome

iAtkos is a distro, curentlly install OSX with distro is waste time, because power management(very important thing) and QE/CI(necessary to run many apps and full Macintosh experience)doesn't work in many cases...

Depending your hardware that you have, I can recommend one or more retail OS that will help you have a hack almost 99%
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