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Jerky and inverted mouse problem.
I have iAtkos 10.5.7 and installed with voodoo kernel. I have noticed a new problem. This problem is with my mouse. My mouse seems to be inverted (up = down, left = right) and the whole system seems to be choppy. I have installed the newest nvenabler (i think thats how you spell it) with the install. I'm completely out of ideas as to how to fix this. Here's a little info about my system:
AMD athlon x2 6000+
nvidia geforce 8800gt 512mb
One thing with it is when I first start up the system is the mouse works completely fine but when the dock and top bar load thats when the mouse goes jerkey and inverted.
I even went so far as to flash my 8800gt's bios with a ROM from a mac 8800gt and set up EFI strings to make it work. No success there.
I can't be the only ne with this problem. I have tried everything from taking 2gb of ram out (leaving 2gb left) to moving my video card to a different PCI slot. I hope someone has an answer to this.
ANother thing I found was that the nvInject kext works on system 10.5.2 but when I used 10.5..8 and 10.5.7 install disks, the nvidia kext files didn't work correctly. SO maybe its the kernel I have? Or maybe it has something to do with the actual software?
Are you using PS/2 Mouse or USB?
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It's a USB mouse. Wireless USB to be exact. I have tried a wired USB mouse with no luck.
fter doing more reading I found a "fix" that apparently worked on everyone's hackintosh but mine. The problem I'm having originated in 10.5.6 and if you disabled a certain kext then your mouse would go back to normal. Well I disabled that kext and turns out that my mouse is still inverted and laggy. I really hope someone can help me out here!
I've also got this issue in Leopard !0.5.8 I'm using a ps/2 mouse and I've tried a usb mouse as well, it still goes backwards. Anyone figured this out??
Update: I've fixed this problem by extracting all the Geforce and nVidia kexts from 10.5.5 and installed then into 10.5.8 using OSX86tools.
Hope this helps someone this problem was extremely annoying.
Last edited by 2fwd1bak; 10-22-2009 at 02:42 PM.
Reason: issue solved
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