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frederikwp

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  1. Apple Keyboard driver for Windows

    I uninstalled the proprietary BT stack that came with my Cirago BT dongle. Now everything works smoothly using the Windows 7 stock drivers. Go figure.
  2. Apple Keyboard driver for Windows

    I'm trying to set up a 2009 Apple Wireless Keyboard on a PC running Windows 7 x64 Pro, and none of the suggestions posted here are working for me. I can execute DPInst.exe and it will complete without errors. I can also install Bootcamp and I get the taskbar icon. However, the Apple keyboard is never listed as a device in Device Manager (either in the "Keyboard" or in the "Human Interface Devices" categories). I can manually update the "HID-compliant consumer control device" using KeyMagic64.inf, but this results in a "Device cannot start" error. Also, my registry doesn't even have the entry for KeyMagic that has been discussed here. I don't even care about the keys because UAWKS is working fine for me. My problem is that the keyboard randomly hangs (simply being unresponsive or repeating the same key indefinitely until manually switching the keyboard off and on again). I figured that this could be related to not having the proper Apple driver installed. Thanks in advance for any advice.
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