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still the same screen
At the point you're using it, "cd /System/Library/Extensions" is wrong.
Should be "cd System/Library/Extensions"
It is the difference between relative to the current directory vs. relative to root.
or more clearly "cd /Volumes/serajpc/System/Library/Extensions"
 
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At the point you're using it, "cd /System/Library/Extensions" is wrong.
Should be "cd System/Library/Extensions"
It is the difference between relative to the current directory vs. relative to root.
or more clearly "cd /Volumes/serajpc/System/Library/Extensions"
it still gives me the same, please tell me if I misunderstand you
 

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it still gives me the same, please tell me if I misunderstand you
It does not seem as if you're doing this from Terminal within the installer (as one might assume you would be doing if you can't boot your install).

Terminal within the installer runs in super-user mode, therefore does not need 'sudo'.
But since you're not running from within the installer, you must use 'sudo' with the 'rm' commands you're trying to execute.

You might want to find a tutorial on Terminal/bash/etc, because it seems you're lacking basic skills to use it effectively.
 
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It does not seem as if you're doing this from Terminal within the installer (as one might assume you would be doing if you can't boot your install).

Terminal within the installer runs in super-user mode, therefore does not need 'sudo'.
But since you're not running from within the installer, you must use 'sudo' with the 'rm' commands you're trying to execute.

You might want to find a tutorial on Terminal/bash/etc, because it seems you're lacking basic skills to use it effectively.
I know that I need a course in teminal/bash
to be honest U helped me alot with that, now I have working touchpad on my laptop, so thank you so much
one last question, does elan 1200 i2c support multi touch?
 

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I know that I need a course in teminal/bash
to be honest U helped me alot with that, now I have working touchpad on my laptop, so thank you so much
one last question, does elan 1200 i2c support multi touch?
I know that there is a rewrite coming for I2C that will provide better multitouch support.
I'm not tracking it though, as I don't have any I2C hardware.
 
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Okay, thanks for the information, have a nice day
 
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