Cant image but it seems to work now.
I downgraded my BIOS to v1.0, changed the osxAptio fix to #1 and I was able to boot 5 times successfully in a row.
Thanks a lot guys. So happy that I didnt buy that graphics card for nothing
I'm really stressed with my build right now. I updated my graphics card because I wanted to update my system to Mojave.
So I created a stick to install and there is no problem while installing at all.
After I successfully installed Mojave onto my SSD, I got two boot options:
ok but what should I do?
the only thing I let out, is deleting the 2 apple kexts, because they aren't in the S/L/E folder.
Is it enough if I try do delete them via terminal, or does I have to install some kexts too now?
I've got a problem with your voodoo kext in Mavericks.
It just doesn't work.
I already used your kext once before with ML, but also in Mavericks, I guess and it worked.
Now I installed Mavericks again and wanted to install your kext, but it doesn't work.
My touchpad shows no reaction...
Well I reinstalled OS X, and it works now.
Scrolling with 2 Fingers is supported. But there are a few things that are still not working.
Tap to click for example or switching between Desktops. Is that a problem of my touchpad? I dont know if it supports only 2 fingers or more.
And how I can...
First, I deleted the ApplePS2Controller.kext, AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext and the FakeSMC. The FakeSMC was replaced with that one from your topic.
Then I installed your voodoops2 kext, repaired permissions and that's all.
My OS X installation is nearly completly stock, except for audio and battery...
I installed the voodoo kext after I deleted the ApplePS2Controller.kext and the AppleACPIPS2Nub.kext.
But I'm getting a kernel panic when I try to boot.
I've got a synaptics touchpad in my Lenovo B570 and trying to get multitouch support( 2 finger scrolling would be also enough) but it doesn't...