Model A1181: 1.83, 2, 2.1, 2.13, 2.16, 2.2, or 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo processor

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Mac OS-X and Windows 7 issues

My keypad works great within OS-X, but when I boot up under Windows 7 it does not right click and the eject for the optical drive does not work

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What is the version of OX-X you are using?

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10.7, it is unsupported so i installed window 7, do i need to run the windows support set DVD again to make sure all the drivers have installed,, it said that they were installed

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Can you give us your exact model here. Take a look at this list and see if you can tell us which one you have: EveryMac - MacBook Index

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MacBook "Core 2 Duo" 2.16GHz T7400 13" white, everything on the apple drive partition works great but these two things on the windows partition do not work, Model A 1181

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Your system can support Mac OS-X Lion (10.7.5) thats the last supported on your system. You will likely want to max out the RAM to 4 GB.

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The older models only supported Windows 7 32bit make sure you have the correct version installed.

You'll likely need to check your version of BootCamp services. Apple updated it a few time for Windows 7. You don't want the newest as it only offers 64bit drivers.

Sadly, the age of your system does make it hard to maintain. I think you need to start saving your pennies for a newer system. I would recommend getting a i Series CPU based system (new or used). Then you can run the newer Mac OS's as well as newer versions of Windows if that is what you want.

Here's a good writeup on bootcamp: How to use Boot Camp with Lion

Here's an Apple T/N on the keyboard mapping: Use your Apple Keyboard in Windows with Boot Camp

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