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    Hello,
    I am trying to install iATKOS V7. when the installation asks me to choose boot options I push enter and the keyboard works until I get to the GUI. after the apple logo it asks me to click on the button to continue but the mouse is frozen! it is on the left upper corner and doesn't move. the mouse and the keyboard are from the same set and using the same wireless receiver (Logitech EX100) so it's strange why only keyboard works.
    I tried it on my laptop and the mouse worked! so it is not a problem with the disc.

    my system:
    Intel E5200 @3.8GHZ
    Gigabyte EP31-DS3L
    ATI HD4770
    2GB Kingston DDR2-667 memory
    WD 320GB + Samsung 160GB already formatted to HFS+ by "Parted magic" livecd

    Thanks for help!



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    Hi there,
    It could be the driver/kexts are not loaded/recognized correctly (maybe with iAtkos installer packages). So you may want to use external keyboard/mouse to finish the installation process, and then load the correct driver for your kb/mouse afterward.
    Regards,

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    Hi,
    First I tried a regular USB mouse. after it didn't work I tried an old PS2 and it didn't work too.
    Can it be because of some missing drivers for the motherboard? is it possible to add drivers to the installation? as I said the keyboard works before the apple logo so I can enter commands for the installation.

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    Hi,
    It happened to me with iAtkos at one time, but your board should be very compatible. You could try this. In BIOS, set ACPI enable, SATA to AHCI, disable legacy USB, disable USB mouse/keyboard.

    Boot options
    -x -v cpus=1

    Regards,

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    Thank you very much! that worked. I am writing that massage with my hackintosh
    version 10.5.7 so I am upgrading it now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by romitkin View Post
    Thank you very much! that worked. I am writing that massage with my hackintosh
    version 10.5.7 so I am upgrading it now.
    Hi,
    You're welcome.
    I'm glad that works out for you.
    Enjoy your new OSX.
    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Hi,
    It happened to me with iAtkos at one time, but your board should be very compatible. You could try this. In BIOS, set ACPI enable, SATA to AHCI, disable legacy USB, disable USB mouse/keyboard.

    Boot options
    -x -v cpus=1

    Regards,
    Hey I am having the same problem on my hp laptop dv6000 amd, 2gb ram. pls tell me how can i change the AHCI setting??i tried booting with -x -v cpus=1 however still got the same problem
    thanks for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by navjot99cheema View Post
    Hey I am having the same problem on my hp laptop dv6000 amd, 2gb ram. pls tell me how can i change the AHCI setting??i tried booting with -x -v cpus=1 however still got the same problem
    thanks for your help
    What problem?

    This thread is for different system. But anyway, go to your BIOS, check to see if there are options under SATA controller, then change it to AHCI.

 

 

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