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Diezel VH4

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Mac OS X Installation
« on: October 02, 2007, 08:20:02 am »
Thanks for that great guide!!!everything worked properly!!
The only prob is that I can't use my typical ps/2 keyboard..this is happening
only in the mac os.The pc I've used to install the os is a simple intel celeron
based desktop computer.Is something that I can do?Or i simply have to buy
a usb keyboard?
THANX ;)

zhuanyi

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Re: Mac OS X Installation
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2007, 02:55:12 pm »
You can definitely use it, the only thing is that a couple of shortcuts would be out of place because in Macs, there is no such thing as Alt. key and the Control key is instead spelled as "Control", not "Ctrl", and when you need to paste something, instead of using Ctrl+V, you will need Alt+V. That is something you will have to adapt to.
If what you meant is that you can not use the entire keyboard at all, then I am not sure what is going on, it should recognize PS/2 Keyboards automatically.

Good luck!


Thanks for that great guide!!!everything worked properly!!
The only prob is that I can't use my typical ps/2 keyboard..this is happening
only in the mac os.The pc I've used to install the os is a simple intel celeron
based desktop computer.Is something that I can do?Or i simply have to buy
a usb keyboard?
THANX ;)