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updated Trackpad+Keyboard PS2 32/64 1.0


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put both kexts in /S/L/E - remove any PS2 kexts you used before and do not mix with voodoops2.

Trackpad works as mouse, no fancy extras. 32 + 64bit, SL and Lion GM tested, works reliable.

UPDATE, a BETTER one - load only this (TRACKPAD.SYNAPTIC-GESTURE.zipe pack) from now on : have new stuff for us Laptop fans added : now trackpad with a working prefpane to enable click to tap and scroll :cool:

Screenshot of prefpane see here please : http://i53.tinypic.com/p2i49.png

instructions : remove old PS2controller.kext and AppleAcpiPS2nub.kext, replace with the same named kexts from new packages.

put the trackpad.prefpane in /LIBRARY/PREFPANES . Don't touch/remove the OSX built in trackpad prefpane ( which is in /System/Library/prefpanes) repair permissions with diskutility , reboot. Afterwards you can manage your trackpad via Systemsettings -> trackpad. tons of options to choose from, makes the trackpad fully work ( synaptics for me , 1finger scroll,2finger scroll,horizontal,vertical, tap to click ).

32 + 64bits, Snow and Lion GM tested and confirmed


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hello , nice to hear it works for you all - If you need more features and a real working controlpanel that enables all the functions ( at least for synaptic tps ) then try my new pack which I added here. It works also on Snow and Lion, both 32 and 64bit like the previous one, but this has prefpane and updated kexts. See it in action on the picture link I have embedded.

If in any case the new pack does not work, just use the older one.

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Old Kext worked on my Samsung NP-QX410-J01, On the new kexts, only the keyboard works. Trackpad does not move at all. Followed all instructions to the T. No Prefrence Pane changes also. :/ Guess it's back to using a USB mouse again. ; ;

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Under retail Lion OS X, PS2 trackpack, keyboard, mouse all work great in 32/64 bit. But trackpad preferences menu is standard. Was not able to activate enhanced trackpad preferences with synaptics trackpad hardware id SYN0A06.

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I have tested both of these on my lenovo x300 Lion GM.

The old version allows me to use the trackpad as a normal mouse; no gestures. The problem is that the mouse is smooth then jumpy then smooth then jumpy. so it becomes pretty unusable.

The new version allows me to move the mouse pointer on the login screen, but as soon as I login it doesn't work at all. when I install the kexts, I get a notification that the installation didn't work properly.

Any help or recommendation would be great.

Thanks

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for those that have trouble :

Either the first ( "gesture" ) pack will work for you, or the second download. Do not mix them.

And do not have any VoodooPS2 or other PS2 kexts loaded in your systems. Make double sure in /extra/extensions and also in /System/Library/Extensions that there are no PS2 kexts used. Also some AppleACPIPlatform.kexts have PS2 kexts inside them, in the plugin folder.

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worked great until I upgraded bootloader to Chimera 1.5, then it said no trackpad installed. Had to downgrade bootloader again.

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Yes, TRACKPAD SYSNAPTIC-GESTURE works perfectly (include PrefPane in /L/P), Y450. Lion 10.7.0 (11A511) x64. Chameleon 2.1 r1452.

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