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    Default Problem! "Before You Begin... There is no keyboard connected to your computer.

    Hi guys, I'm new here and also new to the whole hackintosh, but I'm pretty good with computers. I've tried scouring around for any help but haven't really found anything. I just installed Snow Leopard last night and everything installed correctly, but after the intial restart after the install I get this mesage "Before You Begin... There is no keyboard connected to your computer." So my keyboard and mousepad do not work. The work fine all the way until Mac OS X loads up. Also when it is scrolling through welcome screen with all the different languages, there is no sound. I tried restarting several times and keep getting the message. Connecting an external keyboard really isn't an option. I read somewhere that if I select to install the PS2 kext in the customize option that works sometimes? I'm at work right now and want to get this thing up and running as soon as I get home. So I'm wondering if you guys have any other ideas that could help me out? Oh I have a Lenovo Y550 and all the specs are capable of running it. Thanks in advance for any help, it is greatly appreciated! I look forward to using this forum!
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    I'v got that message too.

    OS just want to check your keyboard and mouse.
    Just klik OK and press "z" first and then "/" that's all.

    That's in My case, But maybe diferent from your case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Junk_master View Post
    I'v got that message too.

    OS just want to check your keyboard and mouse.
    Just klik OK and press "z" first and then "/" that's all.

    That's in My case, But maybe diferent from your case.
    Great! I got everything installed and booted up, but I have no sound or networking capabilities...Also up in the taskbar ( i know that's not what it's called in MAC) but i dont know the name, there is no battery icon or anything. I think what I got so far are the drivers for MAC are called kexts? is that right? where would I go about getting the right stuff to get the sound and networking going? Even if I plug in an ethernet cable I dont get any connectivity... Please any help would be much appreciated!! Thanks!!!

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    How do click 'OK' 'Z' and '/' when the keyboard isn't working??

 

 

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