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    Ok, so I just re-installed 10.5.7 with iAtkos v7 and I got the sound working after applying voodoohda which worked this time for some reason. I applied VoodooPS2Controller with trackpad plugin. My trackpad still does not work and when I open it in system prefs I get an error saying "ApplePS2SynapticsTouchPad not found" I click OK and it brings me to the settings for it but when I try to change any settings, it closes. Please help me with my touchpad and does the multi-touch really work on the touchpad on the nb205? Thank You.
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    Try VoodooPS2Controller-0.98-installer.pkg in combination with Trackpad.prefPane. You probably have ALPS touchpad like me.

    Code:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2998886/Hackintosh/Trackpad.prefPane.zip
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2998886/Hackintosh/Trackpad.prefPane_README.txt
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2998886/Hackintosh/VoodooPS2Controller-0.98-installer.pkg
    You will still getting error when entering VoodooPS2Controller prefpane but you should be able to change settings in Trackpad prefpane.

    P.S.: I was using this guide (but except 10.5.7 update I used 10.5.8):
    Code:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2998886/Hackintosh/Toshiba-NB205-iDeneb-v1.3-Install-Tutorial.jpg
    Last edited by EtHANBB; 04-08-2010 at 04:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EtHANBB View Post
    Try VoodooPS2Controller-0.98-installer.pkg in combination with Trackpad.prefPane. You probably have ALPS touchpad like me.

    Code:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2998886/Hackintosh/Trackpad.prefPane.zip
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2998886/Hackintosh/Trackpad.prefPane_README.txt
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2998886/Hackintosh/VoodooPS2Controller-0.98-installer.pkg
    You will still getting error when entering VoodooPS2Controller prefpane but you should be able to change settings in Trackpad prefpane.

    P.S.: I was using this guide (but except 10.5.7 update I used 10.5.8):
    Code:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2998886/Hackintosh/Toshiba-NB205-iDeneb-v1.3-Install-Tutorial.jpg
    Ok thank you I will tell you what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EtHANBB View Post
    Try VoodooPS2Controller-0.98-installer.pkg in combination with Trackpad.prefPane. You probably have ALPS touchpad like me.

    Code:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2998886/Hackintosh/Trackpad.prefPane.zip
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2998886/Hackintosh/Trackpad.prefPane_README.txt
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2998886/Hackintosh/VoodooPS2Controller-0.98-installer.pkg
    You will still getting error when entering VoodooPS2Controller prefpane but you should be able to change settings in Trackpad prefpane.

    P.S.: I was using this guide (but except 10.5.7 update I used 10.5.8):
    Code:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2998886/Hackintosh/Toshiba-NB205-iDeneb-v1.3-Install-Tutorial.jpg
    This did not work . I was ablet to change the settings in system prefs but what is the use if I can't use the trackpad?

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    Try to download iDeneb 1.3 install DVD it's working for me with it.
    Then follow that guide on picture.


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    Can someone please tell me where to find the MacOSXComboUpd10.5.7.pkg. The Toshiba NB205 Essentials package did not contain it in the installer packages directory.

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    Code:
    http://support.apple.com/downloads/Mac_OS_X_10_5_7_Combo_Update
    Google is your friend!
    But I still think you will need 10.5.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by EtHANBB View Post
    Code:
    http://support.apple.com/downloads/Mac_OS_X_10_5_7_Combo_Update
    Google is your friend!
    But I still think you will need 10.5.8
    Thanks but I tired installing it and it said that my hard drive did not meet the requirements.

    I am running 10.5.8

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    If I'm understanding correctly, you want install 10.5.7 update on the 10.5.8 update, but that's not possible (according to my knowelage).

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    Gee, shoulda found this thread sooner! A lotta outstanding work revealed here by some outstanding people! I bought my Toshiba 205 about six weeks ago on sale at BestBuy, with a Hackintosh in mind. I hesitated on the Toshiba because I had a previous Toshiba Satellite (about 3 years ago) and I could never get Leopard on it to run stable. I've got a large HP running Leopard, but with the GM4500 chipset no QE - a deal breaker!
    I knew of the successes with the Asusa netbooks, the Dells, Acer, and the HP mini, but the Toshiba keyboard seemed sturdier and the whole thing looked
    sleeker and easier to work on than the others. I've had experience with most of the other distros, and most of them proved unstable in the long run; all had their good points, but ....
    One I hadn't tried in years and was very surprised. On a chance I chose iAtkos 5.7, and was impressed! I partitioned the HD, shrinking my Win7 partition, and adding a second one where Leopard would go and formatted it NTSF; inserted iATkos, chose CD boot (from an extra DVD drive ALSO ON SALE) and off it went! Ran Disc Utilities from set-up and formatted the added partition HFS+ journaled, (left the HD MBR of course, win7 was already installed) and within 20 minutes had vanilla 10.5.7 installed. Found a kext for the GM945 graphics (recognized as the 950 with the ae id). Sound
    and ethernet worked right off, installed my HP wireless printer, set up my Hawking USB wireless driver (don't yet have airport compatible WiFi card)
    installed iWork and iLife and have been using 90% of the time as a macnetbook. Haven't worried about minor trackpad probs - it just works.
    Haven't worried about sleep probs -- the little guy is either off or on.
    Haven't seen the need to upgrade to 10.5.8 so why waste the time? It runs stable and quick.
    HOWEVER, even though 10.5.7 is fine. Why bother with 10.5.8. I've been messing around with getting SNOW installed that is my next upgrade.
    It's going on HARD -- I've not found a distro yet that will do it -- except one
    but it doesn't seem as elegant. Absolutely no SOUNd ANY attempt t adding kexts brings up a panic, although the distro recognizes a "rare" 950 so
    QE/Ci works and of course the USB wiFi.
    Anyone else intereted in SnowLeopard?


 

 

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