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Alps PS2 64-bit, 2 finger scroll 1.0

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This is my modified version of the Alps trackpad PS 2 driver to run in 64-bit mode. I do not remember who made the originals, but I believe it is AnV and Slice. Tested on a Latitude D630 running 10.6.8 and a Latitude D830 running 10.7.1. This also allows for the use of the stock trackpad.prefpane, with 2-finger scrolling option, also in 64-bit mode. Loadable from /Extra/Extensions/

Update (6/14/12) This also worked with a Sony Vaio VGN- NR110E in Lion only! It did not work under Snow Leopard. Only tried in 32-bit (arch=i386) on both. Did not try in 64-bit because of the x3100.

If you are commenting "not working", can you please list the make, model, and OS version of the computer?




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not working on acer extenza 4630z OS Lion 10.7.2 from iAtkos L2. while installation of iAtkos L2, it works but after install finish, it fails.

Sorry for my bad english

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the kext works with the original prefpane or other one.I will have a try and feedback here later.

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Great!!!!!!!!

Scroll ,click and two finger all just works on 10.7.3 with the original trackpad.prefpane.

Thanks very much.

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HP dm4-2070us

Interesting results. The trackpad does not function at all (using USB mouse to post this right now), however, stock Trackpad.Prefpane does rescognize the ALPS pad. I've tried mixing and matching your ApplePS2ACPINub and ApplePS2Controller with stock kexts, sadly none produce the desired results.

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DAMN my trackpad stop working after this

trackpad.pref was recognized and showing all option but my trackpad is no longer working even after installing old kext (vaio)

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I apologize, I do not have the source code for this. It was a sloppy fix. I do not know who to give the credit to or where to get the source.

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not working on Vaio vpceh2m0e , stock Trackpad.Prefpane does rescognize the ALPS pad but doesn't move..

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Tried this on a Dell 17R N7110 (x64 alps / dell trackpad) running OSX Mountain Lion 10.8.0 - did not work AND totally jacked my trackpad control even after restoring the original kexts. I have no idea what got screwed up - having to reinstall OSX again from this.

Authors intentions were good I'm sure but YOU'VE BEEN WARNED.

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Works on Dell Inspiron 1720 but tracking is way too sensitive even when adjusting the PrfPane to minimums. TouchPad is inoperable with these kexts on Inspiron 3520.Both running Mountain Lion 10.8.3.Thanks !

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