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I installed Mavericks using the Vanilla OS X guide and everything is working except my mouse...

 

I'm using a PS/2 mouse and keyboard so I installed VoodooPS2Controller.kext, but the mouse right click is not working properly and I can't drag or resize windows, does anyone know what can be the problem?

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try a 64-bit appleps2.kext instead... and look in the settings of voodoops2 first :)

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try a 64-bit appleps2.kext instead... and look in the settings of voodoops2 first :)

 

How do I access these settings?

I was thinking about testing ApplePS2Controller.kext, but if my mouse and keyboard stop working what I'm gonna do?

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voodoops2settings should be in sys. pref > trackpad

 

It says "no trackpad found" (which is correct because I'm not using one?)

 

EDIT: I've replaced my mouse for an old one and the right click is working, I guess it was a problem with the button.

But I still can't move or resize windows, I'm not sure anymore if this has to do with the mouse...

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i'm sorry i thought you were using a laptop :o

why not usb?

 

Because I only have these two PS/2 mouses.

I can't drag anything, do you think that an USB mouse is the only solution?

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I have the same problem :(  .Further looking in to the problem revelead that if you click and drag ,the the drag is also registered as clicking.

 

Did you find a solution to your problem ?

 

I also use a PS2 mouse with VoodooPS2Controller.kext

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