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Actually I got option 2 working now under Windows 7 x64 [Edit] Oh, that's actually a nested quote. So just to clarify things. What I meant is that the function keys work normally, except if I press the [Fn] key, then I got the media keys and the fancy apple icons[/Edit] Only downside is that I am not exactly sure, what I did to get it working My best guess is that there are more than 2 registry entries controlling the [Fn] behavior of the keyboard as I found 5 entries while searching for "OSXFnBehavior". What did I do? 1) Searched for "OSXFnBehavior" in the registry and changed all the values to 0. Just so you can compare your search results with mine, here is a list of the 5 entries I found on my machine: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Apple Inc.\Apple Keyboard Support HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\services\KeyMagic HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet002\services\KeyMagic HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet\services\KeyMagic HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-3482921680-60025300-2714009602-1001\Software\Apple Inc.\Apple Keyboard Support 2) Killed and restarted BootCamp.exe several times. The path to the exe should be C:\Program Files\BootCamp\. Just in case you don't know, where to find it. 3) Followed the instructions of this blog. However, I do not know if this is in any way related to the [Fn] behavior. 4) Waited some time and let the little computer elves do their magic