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Topic # 62885 16-Jun-2010 15:08
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Howdy,

I have windows 7 on a custom built PC with an aluminum mac wired keyboard.

The bootcamp drivers to enable the eject key etc won't work on this PC. So i need custom drivers or advice on how to program a button that windows doesn't natively recognize to open the try. Also would like to enable f13-f19 if possible?

Advice?

Cheers,

Chris 




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  Reply # 342360 16-Jun-2010 16:16
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Yeah i know this, i dont want to run a shortcut, i want to program a button into the registry




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  Reply # 344722 24-Jun-2010 00:57
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http://sharpkeys.codeplex.com/ is going to come close, as you can use it to remap a whole heap of functions.

This might be your saving grace however:

http://www.ithicine.com/storage/AppleKeyboardInstaller.exe



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  Reply # 344787 24-Jun-2010 09:59
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I need the 64 bit one, please contact my vendor ^^




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  Reply # 344910 24-Jun-2010 14:40
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