2438 Views 10 Replies Latest reply: Jun 1, 2006 5:05 PM by bophojones
Here's the list of drivers that get installed...
The Macintosh Drivers CD includes drivers to support these within Windows XP:
* Intel Chip Set Software (6.2.1)
* ATI Graphics (184.108.40.206)
* Intel Integrated Graphics (220.127.116.1112)
* Marvel Yukon Ethernet (18.104.22.168)
* SigmaTel Audio (1.0.4889.0 nd375 cp1)
* SigmaTel Audio proto_A2 (1.0.4889.0 nd375 cp1)
* Atheros 802.11 wireless (AirPort) (22.214.171.124)
* Broadcom Wireless (126.96.36.199)
* Apple Bluetooth module (188.8.131.52)
* Apple Keyboard Eject Key (184.108.40.206)
* Apple Keyboard Brightness (for computers with built-in displays) (220.127.116.11)
* Startup Disk Control Panel for Windows XP (18.104.22.168)
Thanks for the replies. It turned out that I had the driver for the eject installed correctly, but it does not work with my Logitech external keyboard installed. What is the deal with this other driver " Apple Keyboard Brightness (for computers with built-in displays) (22.214.171.124)". What does it do and how do you control it? I see the brightness slider in the XP taskbar..is that it?
I also have the same issue with the eject key and the brightness (are the volume keys supposed to work?).
I can adjust the brightness via the icon tray, should the keyboard keys work also?
My eject button doesn't work, but I see that AppleCDEject.exe is running.
I have the wireless keyboard and mouse, has anybody got these things to work with the wireless?
There should be an icon next to the clock in the lower right corner on your desktop that looks like the "Displays"-Entry in the system preferences in OS X (I'm not sure about the exact name, because I have a non-englisch OS X). When you click on it, there will be a slider. You can use that to adjust screen brightness. AFAIK the sensors and automatical adjustment is not supported under XP.
I did have the same problem...
After entering the task manager, ending the task named AppleCDEject.exe, and restarting it, the eject key now works on my MacBook Pro after subsequent restarts.
Odd how it worked for me the first time I booted windows, didnt work multiple times afterwards, and is now fully fucntional.
MacBook Pro Windows XP 2.0 GHz 1 Gb ram 100 Gb hd 256mb X1600