I have two questions:
- On my Desktop, an HP a1640n, everything works flawless with the exception of my USB mice. I have two, a Logitech Wireless M215 and a Logitech Wired B100. The Logitech M215 does only works on Windows and Mac OS X (Hackintosh), and does not work on FreeBSD or Linux with Xorg enabled. The B100, however, works on all operating systems, with the exception of Haiku Aplha R2. The B100 works on Haiku Alpha R2 on my laptop, though. Reading previous topics, I have disabled Legacy USB Support, upgraded my BIOS on my ASUS Buckeye Motherboard to the most current version that HP has released which was created by Phoenix Technologies, and have tried enabling and disabling every option in my BIOS configuration setup, such as Plug and Play OS, default video output, etc. to no effect. The PS2 keyboard I have and extremely low quality PS2 mouse I own do work.
2.On my Laptop, a Gateway M7315u, everything works with the exception of the Wireless LAN driver. The card is identified as an Atheros ar928x, which works on Linux (ath9k), FreeBSD 8 (Have not tried 8.1), Windows, and Mac OS X. It is detected as a device and shows up in network interfaces, but when I use setwep to connect to a wireless network, nothing happens. No errors or any output on the command line, it just appears to complete. I have tested and have not been able to ping google.com.
Any possible solutions? I would me much obliged.