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About playbydisk

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  1. Apple Keyboard driver for Windows

    Hi, This is my first post, so please be nice! Just thought I'd let everyone know that I've managed to get my Apple Keyboard working on my Windows 7 machine with no problems. First off, it's the older wired aluminium keyboard (with the keypad) on Windows 7 x86. I tried installing the drivers which Poolah uploaded (thanks for those). Everything worked with the exception of the volume buttons and eject buttons. So, having read all the posts on this thread, I installed Boot Camp 3.0 (downloaded from PirateBay tut tut), I then downloaded & installed the 3.1 update from Apple's website. After rebooting the machine all the other keys worked with added bonus of the @ symbol now being assigned to number 2 and the speech marks in the position where the @ usually is on a Windows keyboard. Hope this helps a bit for people who are struggling. Cheers, playbydisk