3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 15, 2008 6:20 PM by PEvans
James Sipio Level 1 (0 points)
Hi guys - I have had a MacBook Pro since March '07 and when I was using Tiger, I installed Boot Camp Beta. So when I got Leopard, I merely installed the update drivers as instructed. The hot keys on my laptop (F3 - mute, F4 - volume down, F5 - volume up, etc.) have been working on and off. This does not change either when I assign them to work in conjunction with the FN key!

Sometimes I press CtrlAltDelete to end the 'KbdMgr.exe' process but when I try and run it, I get an error type of prompt. I'm very confused as to why this is happening. I have repaired the drivers several times and I was wondering if anyone is having the same problem. Let me know if you know anything about this! Thanks

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.5.1)
  • pc user mac lover Level 1 (0 points)
    Hi
    Im having the same problem with my MBP. I used bootcamp with OS X 10.4.10 and when I upgraded to 10.5 i installed the new boot camp drivers but after about a month or so ive used the new drivers i got a bad trojen on my pc so after much repare of the reg and so forth i found that my hot keys dont work anymore! After re-re-re-installing the now 2.0 drivers they still dont work and im stuck using a usb mouse and having to control what the function keys control in the control panel. So Any help? /:|
  • KlugeFest Level 1 (0 points)
    I'm experiencing the same thing and I use Vista on my MacBook Pro FAR MORE often that Leopard. I really want these keys working. Why did they break what already worked in 10.4?
  • PEvans Level 1 (25 points)
    Same here. The fn keys worked at first with Boot Camp 2.0 and now nothing. I have tried reinstalling the drivers, no effect.