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Hi,


Thank you for your Mac image :D , but I am facing a problem when booting up for installation "VoodooPS2Trackpad: Identify Touchpad command failed"

See the screenshot at https://ibb.co/m8zXrVt


Please note that My touchpad is not working and not connected to my laptop


My laptop config:

HP DV6-6090ee

i7-2630QM

8GRAM

Intel 3000 HD

AMD 6770m



Currently, I am running Snow Leopard from an external drive and it is working with no problem


Does anyone have any recommendations?


Thanks

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Thank you for your answer, I really appreciate if you can explain how do I perform the renaming :)


I am still refreshing my knowledge about this

If you are using Clover, edit the config.plist

https://imgur.com/abxSFrY

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Unfortunately that didn't work too, still stuck on the same error, what do you think I should do next?

Did you activate the rename according to your ACPI table? Which OS are you installing and are you using Olarila's image?

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When booting from my USB i choose options => ACPI patching => custom DSDT patches =>then the renaming as mentioned above

I see no problem here, so are the options ticked or unticked? I think clover has its implementation opposite i.e ticked means its disabled ( or was it the other way round?)

 

High Sierra Olarila image downloaded from this site

Did you use config2.plist or the default config.plist? For laptops, its config2.plist

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I see no problem here, so are the options ticked or unticked? I think clover has its implementation opposite i.e ticked means its disabled ( or was it the other way round?)


Did you use config2.plist or the default config.plist? For laptops, its config2.plist

 

I used config2.plist

It was unticked by default, then i ticked them as specified in your image to rename, so I used both ways by ticking all three options and unticking all three options, but still the same problem :(

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I used config2.plist

It was unticked by default, then i ticked them as specified in your image to rename

You might need to play around with the ACPI/kernel patchings in clover and see which works. Cant suggest any further than this.

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:work: Good Luck!

 

I enabled debugging output, Can this log help? https://ibb.co/S7RLdmQ


I also tried to block the Kext (VoodooPS2Controller) but with the same problem :(


Is it possible to take the working (VoodooPS2Controller) from my Lion image, and load that instead, if so? how can I add that custom kext at the booting, or do I need to replace it in my USB drive?


Many thanks again for your help

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Is it possible to take the working (VoodooPS2Controller) from my Lion image, and load that instead, if so? how can I add that custom kext at the booting, or do I need to replace it in my USB drive?

Pretty sure kext from Mountain Lion is outdated to be used on a newer OS such as High Sierra.

 

I also tried to block the Kext (VoodooPS2Controller) but with the same problem

Then kext might not be the problem here..


Have you tried with boot arg -x?

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Pretty sure kext from Mountain Lion is outdated to be used on a newer OS such as High Sierra.


Then kext might not be the problem here..


Have you tried with boot arg -x?

 

I have mounted my USB EFI drive in windows using Explorer++ in order to edit the kextS under clove, so I deleted VoodooPS2Controller, now I am stuck at a different error

Waiting on IOProviderClassIOResources


IOResourceMatch

boot-uuid-media

 

I also experimented with -x boot arg as well

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[ref]skystar777[/ref], I would suggest making a new USB image and try again. At this point, I am out of ideas. Also, you might want to check for Bios updates if any or look into the bios setup

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[ref]skystar777[/ref], I would suggest making a new USB image and try again. At this point, I am out of ideas. Also, you might want to check for Bios updates if any or look into the bios setup

 

I will give it a try on a new drive, many thanks again :)


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[ref]skystar777[/ref], I would suggest making a new USB image and try again. At this point, I am out of ideas. Also, you might want to check for Bios updates if any or look into the bios setup

 

I will give it a try on a new drive, many thanks again :)

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