I've got an Asus E200HA that I would like to install Chrome OS on, but I can't seem to get the OS to recognize the Keyboard or Touchpad during install or after install. I plugged in a USB keyboard and Mouse in order to install, and this worked just fine. I was hoping there would be a way to install the drivers or such once it was installed, but I simply can't seem to get it to work. I tried updating the 40-touchpad-cmt.conf file, but to no success. (actually, it doesn't even boot now, so I have to reinstall.) Can anyone help me work through this? The OS ran great with everything working proper except the built in touchpad and keyboard, and I really would like to use this laptop without an external mouse and keyboard. Going back to windows 10 is really not an option (it was slower than a tank through mud) so I'd love it if anyone has any advice.
Should I build Chrome OS from the source code?
Or would I be able to get cloud ready to work?
Thanks much in advance.
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