- May 3, 2012
- Intel DH67BL
- Core i7-2600K
- Intel HD 3000
- Mobile Phone
Would require a custom driver.I think it is, but I can't seem to find any guides on how to get USB track pads to work. Is it possible? Can you link me to any guide? Google search isn't helping too :/
Refer to the guide:@RehabMan, can you tell me whether this guide will work with Mojave, I am currently using ApplePS2SmartTouchpad that identifies the trackpad but god its awful to use. Touches are sometimes registered twice, drag and drop is awful and additional gestures just doesn't work. If this guide does not apply to my laptop for Mojave, can you please guide me to the one that would be valid?
Exactly which section am I looking at? Mojave is installed and everything is working just want to make trackpad more useable. Also I have already got the VoodooPS2Controller.Refer to the guide:
Overview One of the first challenges you'll face in installing OS X to your laptop will involve getting the OS X installer to boot from USB. This guide is for those wishing to use Clover (and in fact the only bootloader supported here). Both installing using Clover UEFI and Clover legacy are...www.tonymacx86.com
If you have an issue, you must describe it clearly and attach problem reporting files as per FAQ.Exactly which section am I looking at? Mojave is installed and everything is working just want to make trackpad more useable. Also I have already got the VoodooPS2Controller.