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    Quote Originally Posted by icchansan View Post
    Ok, you need to install some kext to fix your PS2 keyboard

    mean while you wanna skip the registration screen, so try this, reboot.

    In darwin press F8.

    Type -s

    When it finish type this:



    Then reboot.

    Login: Root
    Password: the one you put b4

    If it works for you, you'll need to install this kext

    PS2 Keyboard

    Good luck
    That takes me to the login screen now, but like before, I can't type in the information to get logged in.


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    so. let's start.
    You can connect an USB keyboard just for config?
    OR
    You can connect through remote desktop?
    OR
    1. Download the PS2Keyboard file above,
    2. Decompress the file
    3. Put the decompressed files on the root of a pendrive using Windows [or whatever system you want. the important is the pendrive filesystem to be FAT or HFS].
    4. Boot install disk
    5. Enter terminal type this:
    Code:
    cd /System/Library/Extensions
    cp -R *PS2*.* /Volumes/THE_VOLUME_OF_YOU_INSTALLED_THE_SYSTEM/System/Library/Extensions
    cd /Volumes/THE_VOLUME_OF_YOU_INSTALLED_THE_SYSTEM/System/Library/Extensions
    chown -R root:wheel *
    chmod -R 755 *
    reboot
    Ok, it will reboot, if you dont get keyb and mouse:
    the following:
    6. Boot install disk again, go to terminal. Type:
    Code:
    cd /Volumes/NAME_OF_THE_PENDRIVE_VOLUME/
    cp -R *PS2*.* /Volumes/THE_VOLUME_OF_YOU_INSTALLED_THE_SYSTEM/System/Library/Extensions
    chown -R root:wheel *
    chmod -R 755 *
    reboot
    see if it works
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotBreeze View Post
    so. let's start.
    You can connect an USB keyboard just for config?
    OR
    You can connect through remote desktop?
    OR
    1. Download the PS2Keyboard file above,
    2. Decompress the file
    3. Put the decompressed files on the root of a pendrive using Windows [or whatever system you want. the important is the pendrive filesystem to be FAT or HFS].
    4. Boot install disk
    5. Enter terminal type this:
    Code:
    cd /System/Library/Extensions
    cp -R *PS2*.* /Volumes/THE_VOLUME_OF_YOU_INSTALLED_THE_SYSTEM/System/Library/Extensions
    cd /Volumes/THE_VOLUME_OF_YOU_INSTALLED_THE_SYSTEM/System/Library/Extensions
    chown -R root:wheel *
    chmod -R 755 *
    reboot
    Ok, it will reboot, if you dont get keyb and mouse:
    the following:
    6. Boot install disk again, go to terminal. Type:
    Code:
    cd /Volumes/NAME_OF_THE_PENDRIVE_VOLUME/
    cp -R *PS2*.* /Volumes/THE_VOLUME_OF_YOU_INSTALLED_THE_SYSTEM/System/Library/Extensions
    chown -R root:wheel *
    chmod -R 755 *
    reboot
    see if it works
    Thanks, but I just went out and bought a new PS/2 mouse.
    Everything is fine, and my install works.
    Just one small problem, I can't change my resolution, it's stuck at 1024x768. My native res. is 1440x900, and my video card is ATi Radeon x1550/x1300 series.
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    Check this: ATI Drivers
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    Quote Originally Posted by icchansan View Post
    Check this: ATI Drivers
    Thanks, but how do I do this part?

    If you dont have Quartz Extreme or Core Image:

    Edit the ATIRadeonX1000.kext to have your Device-ID included.
    (IOPCIMATCH in the info.plist is what your looking for)


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    You need plistedit
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    Quote Originally Posted by icchansan View Post
    You need plistedit
    And then what?
    Could you provide steps for me?

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    1- Go to System Profiler

    - Click on Graphics/Displays check your 'Device ID' in my case is 0402 (I have a 8600GT)

    2- Now go to /Systems/Library/Extensions, with TextEdit open ATINDRV.kext

    3- Now your going to modify the kext:

    - Find this string IOPCIMatch an change this line 0x71C21002
    (replace 71C2 for your Device ID)

    4- Open Terminal:

    sudo rm /System/Library/Extensions.mkext

    sudo rm /System/Library/Extentions.kext.cache

    sudo kextcache -k /System/Library/Extensions

    sudo diskutil repairpermissions
    5) Reboot and thats it

    Hope it helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by icchansan View Post
    1- Go to System Profiler

    - Click on Graphics/Displays check your 'Device ID' in my case is 0402 (I have a 8600GT)

    2- Now go to /Systems/Library/Extensions, with TextEdit open ATINDRV.kext

    3- Now your going to modify the kext:

    - Find this string IOPCIMatch an change this line 0x71C21002
    (replace 71C2 for your Device ID)

    4- Open Terminal:



    5) Reboot and thats it

    Hope it helps
    Ok, thanks, I'll follow this, but do I do this before or after the install file you gave me for ATi Drivers?
    And what options do I pick in the installer?

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    I tho you installed already :/ how do you know if your not getting qe/ci
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