I have had this keyboard paired with Windows 7 and working fine. This worked for me, but I wasted time figuring it out the details. My final solution to the problem ended with me buying a Mac, so there's always that. The steps here are a touch unbelievable however I followed them, instead used 1234. Step 1: Check for the latest driver update through Windows Updates.
There's no way to program the Eject button to do anything but Optical is fading into the horizon anyway, lol. I'm using the same BootCamp version and I install via command prompt but during install a Windows Installer error comes up. Good job persevering and sharing to those of us who are stuck. You'll then need to turn on Bluetooth on your Windows 10 machine. Hope you find another, better solution -- but please, share it with us.
I struggled with this exact problem for months, and eventually settled on as the best solution. This is because it is intercepts key presses to provide its functionality. And btw, Ib — I think you do a awesome job of trying to help everyone. After a few times getting the timing correct, it worked. If so, can I get them online anywhere for free, as I don't have a Mac disk? So after a reboot that had it's own issues, but I'll get to it later the Apple keyboard was recognized and worked for 95% of keys. I dont know what else will work. The result was a 1.
The thing I learned is that there's absolutely no need to even touch Apple Bootcamp installer to make the external Apple keyboard work on a Windows 10 device. Note: the screen doesn't give information about what key was already typed, so this may take a few tries if your press the wrong key. Thanks a lot for all theses anwsers! WinAppleKey Apple Magic Keyboard Driver model A1644 for Windows 10. Here's how you do it. If you love the Apple Wireless Keyboard as much as I do, give this project a try. And, yes you can easily find a bazilion places to download the file from by googling it.
I will try with a wireless apple keyboard. Before you try them, you should maybe read the rather lengthy and boring! Finally, once the keyboard does pair, Windows will complain with a status Driver error. I then followed on configuring it with the Keyboard Layout Creator 1. These are just my suggestions but for Windows it works. Do I need to rename it through my mac so that I can find it or am I doing something wrong?? I've uploaded a screenshot of the error. I was able to play with your suggested setup this weekend.
And there's another issue, which is probably even bigger than the one above. Hope you find this useful and let me know if you need further help with it! I read about using 1234 and I tried it but it never worked. Then following from Microsoft add this key using RegEdit: It is basically this binary data: Windows Registry Editor Version 5. Step 2: Follow the steps below to update the touch drivers. Could you please fix this when you get a chance? Pairing the keyboard is very trial and error. If not, what can fix my problems? All This changes the registry in Win 10 so if you pop on a std keyboard, make sure to run KeyTweak again to reset the Registry back to normal! Hi everyone -- Just wanted to confirm that these instructions actually do work.
I removed the keyboard from Windows 7 Bluetooth device list but this didn't help. It will only display the first time and then it just keeps searching without locating it. I did and it took me two days to restore my computer back to normal. I have an Apple Pro Keyboard graphite and use it in Windows Vista -- I use Randyrants. I'm running Win 7 on Bootcamp not that that probably makes any difference. Searched for an hour and this is the first set of instructions that worked.
We are always here to help you. No need to use regsvr32, just run the script. I followed on how to install the Bootcamp driver. Once this is done, restart the computer and check if the issue persists. Restart the computer and check. Try adding your keyboard again. Two things for people to know.