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Anyone know how to disable my F1~F12 short cuts on my mac when i'm using windows os?
It's getting kind of irritating
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I'm no longer running Windows 7 on my Mac so my memory is a bit rusty... but I believe you can change the behavior of the F keys from the Boot Camp Control Panel applet. Give it a try and let us know.
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I'm no longer running Windows 7 on my Mac so my memory is a bit rusty... but I believe you can change the behavior of the F keys from the Boot Camp Control Panel applet. Give it a try and let us know.
Oh nice! I found it! Thanks a lot! Oh and do you know where i can put my downloaded files from my windows to my mac?
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Look on your Windows partition in the Documents and Settings>User>My Documents . OS X should be able to read them from there. You won't be able to write to the partition but you should be able to read the files and copy them to another location.

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