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rdeluz

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  1. I installed InputRemapper. I realized after the installation that I could have just used right apple for right click in the lastest version of Boot Camp (or so I found online). So I uninstalled InputRemapper. Now I have no function keys, etc., since when I installed InputRemapper it removed my Apple keyboard drivers. How do I restore my system to the state that it was in before? I figured that uninstalling InputRemapper would reenable anything it disabled, but it does not. Please fix that. I followed another thread, but to some older drivers. I tried downloading a bootcamp update, as well as running bootcamp from my OSX 10.5 DVD, but both failed during run, saying my existing bootcamp was bad. How do I restore my system to its previous state, with working keyboard drivers? Thanks, Ryan
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