Hi Benny, Trying to troubleshoot BootCamp is always tough, but we can give it a go. I have tried so many things. A Boot Camp Control Panel for Windows and an Apple Boot Camp system-tray item will be added. Normal boot and they don't. Boot Camp itself is free. It only works with the Windows drivers so no special keys and no keypush-popups and no matter what I tried, I couldn't make Windows use the Apple Bootcamp driver it uses for the other so identical looking keyboard. Recently I needed to type some text in a non-English keyboard layout in Windows.
Unfortunately, I stumbled upon this thread just a little too late, which meant that I had already reinstalled Windows. I have had this issue before. After opening the Boot Camp Control Panel, switch from Startup Disk tab to Keyboard or Trackpad tab. To get the drivers installed without that utility i downloaded the usb driver package from Extract the files but do not run the setup. Plug in keyboard with lightening cable.
Here is an example from the 5. I've sent in several bug reports, with irrelevant responses like how to download the Windows Support files again. After you install the first unknown device a second one will pop up. I tried to solve this by remove the afformentioned keyboard layout and add another English keyboard. On the Mac keyboards no button is assigned or labelled that way. Fortunately, a workaround is available, if you're patient.
Is there a better method? I've found a solution to use apple's keyboard on Vista without BootCamp. If so, install those for me. Now the windows login screen comes up, but the keyboard and mouse do not work. Specifically, on Windows compatible keyboards, you will notice Print Screen is an actual button. You can also easily from here. It came from the Boot Camp drivers package. When I boot into Bootcamp, they show up as paired or connected but I have no control.
The result was a 1. Press the left Command key. The big menace here is that the mouse actually did work before Windows started applying updates. If it is a Windows driver problem, is there anyway to send feedback to Microsoft that their latest update broke the Magic Mouse 2 in Windows 10? After playing around with the settings a bit more, I was able to switch to the other keyboard layout, but not back to the regular American English layout. I used the latest version of Boot Camp which I downloaded it today.
The two links I posted suggest a battery removal, only if the battery can be removed on older Macs. I was able to log on using the on-screen keyboard at the Win 7 password startup screen I clicked at the bottom and the option to use the on-screen keyboard was there. I've tried going into the Device Manager and uninstalling the Keyboard driver and then scanning for hardware changes which reinstalls the Apple Keyboard driver , I've uninstalled and deleted the driver and then reinstalled it from the package in the WindowsSupport folder , and nothing is working. It's there, it just looks a little different. The weird thing is, the F-keys do work and function correctly brightness, volume, etc. It should help isolate the issue.
I've tried all the usual tricks with not much luck. Update I did a bit more troubleshooting and discovered that for some reason, ctfmon. I hope that you have better luck. Pain in the bum but its a work around. Turn Bluetooth on and off. Both items will install successfully and everything should be fine.
Verify keyboard connectivity Once the keyboard has paired, after uninstalling the keyboard driver, you can check whether the keyboard is finally fully connected, by pressing the Command Start button, etc. On iMac Pro 64 Vega. The problem is, that the original iMac Pro Magic Keyboard and the also original Magic Mouse 2 seems to pair but they get no connection keyboard + mouse no response. Its several weeks since I've known about this issue, please give feedback to Apple so that they can finally fix this issue with their drivers. I was stuck unable to even enter my password to get into Windows. Please post here if you do.