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Vostro 2520: ALPS touchpad tuning + slow performance


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How can I enable two finger scrolling on Mac OS 10.12.6 Sierra for my ALPS touchpad in my Dell Vostro 2520?

 

Secondary Issue: I have QE/CI enabled but everything feels kinda slow, and things have been freezing up really often.

This isn't sudden, but if it helps to know, I migrated from a previous hard drive partition to keep my data. 

Device IDs:

0x01168086

0x00010000

SMBIOS:

MacBookPro8,1

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well first off maybe try rebuilding your caches and prelinked kernels also if the hdd was on a very different machine you probably need some kexts or if cpu is different then you might need to look to see if you have to generate a new SSDT if you where using one same for DSDT.

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well first off maybe try rebuilding your caches and prelinked kernels also if the hdd was on a very different machine you probably need some kexts or if cpu is different then you might need to look to see if you have to generate a new SSDT if you where using one same for DSDT.

It's the same system, just it was on a different version of OS X. 

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