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    May 23, 2007
    Seattle, WA
    MacBook and Microsoft Presenter 3000
    Hi all,
    I am a switcher, thats right, and a proud one too. But I hate it when my already existing hardware does not work with the newer machines. Here is my problem.

    I have the Microsoft Presenter 3000 which is a remote control thingy for showing powerpoint/openoffice presentations on a PC/Linux box respectively. But when I plug it into my MacBook, the MacBook goes crazy telling me it is trying to detect another keyboard. What the **** is with that?

    If any of you talented users can hack my problem and provide me some cracks, I will appreciate my new mac even more.


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    Mar 22, 2007
    Lenovo Z560 Hackintosh -:- '06 iMac -:- iPod Touch 2ndGen
    I don't have a solution, but it does that because the Presenter obviously uses a keyboard profile - my Logitech media keypad does the same thing, and OSX asks me to press the key next to the shift key, which it doesn't have. Sadly it won't work unless I do press the key.
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