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    Hey guys, first time user and poster on these forums, i recently did an install of 10.5.2 kalyway and am now running 10.5.3. good stuff.

    anyways, i am posting because i have a problem with a kext i installed recently named "voodoops2controller.kext"

    it has rendered my trackpad on my laptop useless and is screwing around with my computer.

    whenever i want to sudo, or assert my abilities as root, and i start typing in my password, this thing, i'm pretty sure it is, comes in and starts typing 777777777 repeatedly and as thus i can't uninstall the kext because every method i've tried requires you to be sudo'd in and that requires a password. it won't even let me change my password, it comes in with the 7 thing.

    when i try putting a command such as kextunload into terminal itself, whatever is doing this just skips past the enter password, i am not even able to do it.

    any help would be appreciated, it appears that this is some kind of illicit software.



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    Quote Originally Posted by chopperdave47 View Post
    Hey guys, first time user and poster on these forums, i recently did an install of 10.5.2 kalyway and am now running 10.5.3. good stuff.

    anyways, i am posting because i have a problem with a kext i installed recently named "voodoops2controller.kext"

    it has rendered my trackpad on my laptop useless and is screwing around with my computer.

    whenever i want to sudo, or assert my abilities as root, and i start typing in my password, this thing, i'm pretty sure it is, comes in and starts typing 777777777 repeatedly and as thus i can't uninstall the kext because every method i've tried requires you to be sudo'd in and that requires a password. it won't even let me change my password, it comes in with the 7 thing.

    when i try putting a command such as kextunload into terminal itself, whatever is doing this just skips past the enter password, i am not even able to do it.

    any help would be appreciated, it appears that this is some kind of illicit software.
    plug in a USB keyboard and use that temporarily instead to enter your password ...

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    Arrow voodoops2controller.kext

    Quote Originally Posted by chopperdave47 View Post
    Hey guys, first time user and poster on these forums, i recently did an install of 10.5.2 kalyway and am now running 10.5.3. good stuff.

    anyways, i am posting because i have a problem with a kext i installed recently named "voodoops2controller.kext"

    it has rendered my trackpad on my laptop useless and is screwing around with my computer.

    whenever i want to sudo, or assert my abilities as root, and i start typing in my password, this thing, i'm pretty sure it is, comes in and starts typing 777777777 repeatedly and as thus i can't uninstall the kext because every method i've tried requires you to be sudo'd in and that requires a password. it won't even let me change my password, it comes in with the 7 thing.

    when i try putting a command such as kextunload into terminal itself, whatever is doing this just skips past the enter password, i am not even able to do it.

    any help would be appreciated, it appears that this is some kind of illicit software.


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