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  1. I think this is aproblem with the MAC. See my post for grainy screen on bootup. It looks like the native drivers on the mac book have some initialisation problems. I haven't found a way to get around it yet. Best, Phil.
  2. Okay, after some fannying around last night here's what happens; If the system shows the "white screen" when you turn it on then this causes the display issue. If the system boots straight into the OS and doesn't show a white screen then this is okay. If you ALT during boot to show the OS options then this causes the display issue. Ergo, it must be something to do with the display drivers on "boot camp" itself. Do you think I can down grade to 1.1?
  3. Thanks for replying, I've only just picked this up. I'll try the gfx driver cleaners. I did try rolling back the GFX drivers but this didn't work. Perhaps it was Vista not rolling back. What bugs me is that if I turn off the machine in mac mode. And then reboot in mac mode it stuffs the screen so it's not a vista centric issue. I love my mac book, but recently I've felt like throwing it out of the window. I'll try the cleaners and see what happens. I think both apple and microsoft are to blame here. The old chestnut with "They're in beta" is perhaps what you can expect with the drivers. How hard can it be thou? It's not like they're too many different permutations of the MAC out there. Thanks again for reply. I'll let you know how I get on. :mellow:
  4. I'm wondering if anyone has had this problem because it's really baking my noodle; Mac Book Pro, with bootcamp 1.1 I guess... Was XP then I did an upgrade to vista. No problems there, all working fine and I was a happy chap. Latest boot camp drivers popped up with "vista support". Instead of thinking, hey I'm cool here, it all works.. I did the wrong thing and updated the installation. I've had alot of problem since then, but most of them have been sorted by removing drivers. What isn't fixed is my display. The first time I power up the machine in either MAC or PC mode the screen has what looks like inverted colour set. The machine is not useable. If I restart after having booted once then odds on the screen issue will resolve itself. It's horrible. I don't think it's the hardware.. I think it's 1.2 drivers. Anyone have any ideas? I'm pulling my hair out and thinking of raising a support issue with Apple or getting the machine looked at by them...
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    Input Remapper 1.0.02 Beta

    This may seem like a silly question and I'm sure it's been asked before, although I can't find it in the forum... but do you know how to change the ¨ key to be one normally associated with the PC version? This has been baking my noodle for ages, so any help you can give me would be gratefully received.