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OS 10.5 - HELP! Boot Camp Trouble


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Hello all,

I have a MacBook with Boot Camp. Everything was running fine, but some time last week I realized that I couldn't use the Function keys for the volume or brightness. I started to go to the Boot Camp application, but I can't find it. I do not see the application at all. It's not in the tray and I looked in all of the places that it should be on.

I can still reboot into Mac or Windows, but I see no Boot Camp App. Is there a way I can fix this? If I have to reload bootcamp, can someone please tell/direct me of how to do this.

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Have you checked for it in Control Panel? How are you booting back to OS X once you're in Windows?

Anyway, if there is no Boot Camp app for Windows to be found, you'll have to reinstall it. Suggest you download Boot Camp 2.1 from Apple and install it rather than reinstall version 2.0 from your Leopard DVD.

http://www.apple.com/support/downloa...windowsxp.html

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