I'm new here and French.
I success to hack my Asus X751LJ and pass it to High Sierra 10.13.6, not easily, and everything works except the keyboard and the touchpad.
I tried VoodooPS2Controller, ApplePS2SmartTouchpad, even VoodooI2C, but nothing works...
Could someone help me? Is there a DSDT problem? Witch kext should I use?
I post my ACPI and Kexts folders and my IOReg.
Please... Help me. I'm desperate...
MacBook Pro de Candrahm.ioreg
Ok so im looking at doing some upgrades to my input devices and have found some that i like.
Keyboard: Corsair Gaming Strafe RGB Mechanical Keyboard Cherry Brown
Mouse: Corsair Glaive RGB Gaming Mouse - Black
Does the corsair software work on mac yet?
Does anyone use any other above with macOS and have any feedback for me?
Any feedback at all would be appreciated.
I am trying make the fix keyboard backlight on Dell Latitude E6230. It currently works but the macOS not recognized it. There is a keyboard shortcut which had 6 states of bright. I'm using IOWMIFamily to use the display brightness shortcut(Fn Up/Down) Is there a way to make the Ultimate keyboard backlight slider like in Debian?
P/s: By the way, what is the ADB codes for VidMirror? I want to remap it because it controlled by PS2 and currently map to cmd+P(print) Thanks again
Abit IP35 Pro MB
Core2Quad Q6600 CPU
Geforce 8400GS 256MB GPU
Corsair Dominator 4GB DDR 1066 RAM (4x1GB sticks)
320GB WD Blue Hard Drive
Initially followed the install process from (the site that shall not be named) to get Snow Leopard installed, then used another tool from same site to upgrade to El Capitan. In the process, boot manager was changed from Chameleon to Clover.
When Clover gets past init(6), the boot process halts and the num lock/power lights start blinking on my USB keyboard. Unplugging said keyboard allows Clover to complete boot. Luckily, I still have a PS2 keyboard which works with Clover (it now stays plugged in at the same time as the USB keyboard). When I had Snow Leopard installed, it didn't do this, so I'm assuming it's a Clover problem.
I've tried: - Plugging keyboard into all USB ports (both with and without the PS2 keyboard plugged in) - Changing BIOS Keyboard settings to both "OS" and "BIOS". - Updating Clover to latest version and installing UsbKbDxe-64 driver.
I tried searching for a DSDT, but only found one for the non-Pro IP35.
Other Google searching has fixes for UEFI booting systems and different MacOS versions, but nothing that applies to this MB.