Check in Windows (Device Manager) to be certain you understand how your trackpad is connected.Hay, I tried out VoodooI2C and it didn't work. The dev said my laptop doesn't have I2C trackpad as my IOREG or DSDT didn't show / write about I2C device like TPD0, ETPD or PNP0C50.
So my trackpad is indeed PS2, but seems to be unsupported by VoodooPS2. Is there any fix for this?
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 :/