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Well I got the trackpad driver working too. It normaly sucks without the driver. I uninstalled Vista and I need someone to test the iSight driver with an application called 'photoboof' it will tell show you that its working. Driver Webcam Isight Intergrada. Download32 is source for driver webcam isight intergrada shareware, freeware download - GorMedia Webcam split driver, IP Cam Driver for Windows, IP Cam Driver for Mac OS, GorMedia Morecam Virtual Webcam, ManyCam, etc.
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This will get you partial Apple Keyboard support in the new version of Vista, 5536. For this you will need Boot Camp, Vista Build Pre-RC1, and the NEW Windows Drivers CD. This works on a MacBook (only tested on one) And it allows Vista to use your eject button and allow Vista to recognise the built in iSight camera. (Have yet to test it but it now shows up in the device manager, which was better then before. Step 1: Install the build of Vista. Step 2: Insert the Driver CD, open the folders on the autorun screen. Step 3: Drag the Setup file 'Install Macintosh Drivers on Windows XP' to the desktop.
Step 4: Now goto the start menu and type 'run' in the searchbar and open the application Run. Step 5: Click browse and select the Setup application on the desktop and click OK. Step 6: Now, on the Run screen it should read 'C: Users Brandon Desktop Install Macintosh Drivers for Windows XP.exe' (at least for me) and you want to add this after it: /A /v So it should look like this: 'C: Users Brandon Desktop Install Macintosh Drivers for Windows XP.exe' /A /v (remember, dont copy and paste because of the user name) Click OK Step 7: This should run the installer, but it doesnt install the drivers, it only extracts them. They should be in 'C: Program Files Macintosh Drvers for Windows XP' Navigate to that folder and then to 'Apple Keyboard' Step 8: Double click setup and let that go. Dont restart because restarting is a bitch and I hate it when I still have to do more work Step 9: Now goto start menu and search for 'Device Manager' And open the application. Step 10: Find the device 'Built-in iSight' (it should either have a '!'
Next to it or grayed out, I dont remember) and click that and then 'Update Drivers' Step 11: Go to Browser my computer for the driver, then point it at 'C: Program Files ' and make sure the 'Include subfolders' is checked and click Next. Let it do its magic! Step 12: Restart after its finished. Step 13: You now have your iSight recognized (Someone needs to test with AIM or something, none of my friends have cameras) and a working eject button! Followup: I hope this helps someone. I kow it helped me (The eject button did at least). Well I have another, working work around for the eject button.
Umm.seeing as how I deleted Vista (It SUCKS! Lol) Im gunna try to do this all by memory Goto C: WINDOWS System32 and there should be a folder with 'drivers' in it. Apple moves all its working drivers there but Vista doesnt see them I guess. There you will find 'AppleCDEject' or something like that. Put that in C: Documents and Settings All Users Start Menu Programs Startup and now everytime you start up, you can use your eject button (But thats all by memory so some of it can be wrong but if you look, youll find it lol) (Oh and you need to run the Apple Drivers application before this but Im sure you already ran it.).
Keyboard still not working in c: program files apple keyboard support, there's a thing called update driver, apparently it's not compatible, and it would run in vista. In the same directory, there's a keyboard management thing, doesn't seem to do anything that's after i installed the c: program files macintosh-driverstuff program files apple keyboard-stuff for two times going into c: windows system32 drivers cant find anything on apple keyboard. Can anyone point me again to the right direction?
Click to expand. Windows Vista seemed to installed my drivers automatically, being that when I looked it up in Device Manager it was installed, but not working. I uninstalled it through Device Manager. Image Resizer Download Mac there. Extracted 1.1 Drivers from the CD using Run. Type in, 'C: Users Username Desktop Install Macintosh Drivers for Windows XP.exe' /A /v (This is assuming that the drivers have been taken from the CD, onto the Desktop) After you run the command, in your program files there is a folding called 'Install Macintosh.'
Go back to Device Manager, look under 'Sound, video and game controllers' and your sound card sound be there with an exclamation point. Just right-click and choose to install the drivers by browsing through the 'Install Macintosh' folder in your program files. ------- My eject key does not work, but right-Apple click works as a right-click.
Device Manager detects Apple Built-in iSight, and says its working properly, but its not. Click to expand.okay.
I dont have my mac now, but you might be able to try it go to where you extracted your driver, in that directory, find a folder system32, then in there you might be able to locate applecdeject.exe. Try to see if that will solve the eject (there's also the brightness control, i dont know if you already solved the brightness problem) any luck on isight?
How do you test isight in vista anyway, i remember in xp, it shows in My Computer, but where is webcam supposed to show in xp? Click to expand.haha, sorry Virtualball, i dont mean to get an attitude i'm sure you got it work, i'm not questioning that. But i was in Windows System32 drivers, i couldn't find anything with Apple in the file name. Well, w/ exception of applet stuff is what you had AppleCDEject.exe? What is the built of the vista you had? So after you installed vista, you install the Macintosh Driver Disk first, and then extract the drivers to HDD to install whatever isn't installed correctly, right?
I dont have my mac with me now, but i vaguely remember seeing a 'program files' in the Program Files Macintosh Driver Disk. Ac_runactivecontent Js Download For Mac. So i thought there might be a system32 in there too. Might the AppleCDEject.exe possibly be in there too? Haha, sorry Virtualball, i dont mean to get an attitude i'm sure you got it work, i'm not questioning that. But i was in Windows System32 drivers, i couldn't find anything with Apple in the file name. Well, w/ exception of applet stuff is what you had AppleCDEject.exe?
What is the built of the vista you had? So after you installed vista, you install the Macintosh Driver Disk first, and then extract the drivers to HDD to install whatever isn't installed correctly, right? I dont have my mac with me now, but i vaguely remember seeing a 'program files' in the Program Files Macintosh Driver Disk.
So i thought there might be a system32 in there too. Might the AppleCDEject.exe possibly be in there too?