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drivers failing after software update?


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hi

i have a pc with mac osx on it. I had all the drivers installed, but when I software updated on mac, the mouse and keyboard doesnt work. i am assuming its the usb drivers for my mobo or something.

any help would be greatly appreciated.
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You best bet would be to run OS X on an Apple machine.

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maybe i dont want to? my pc could outrun any mac out there.

is there a way to install drivers from windows to osx's hdd?
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We do not discuss illegal activities in these forums. And installing OS X on other than genuine Apple hardware is illegal. You'll get no help here. And this discussion is closed.

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