Right Click in XP running BootCamp

DeanCorp

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Hi guys,
I am running Windows XP SP2 with BootCamp 1.3 drivers according to the BootCamp update page it says you can do two finger right clicking. I have re-installed the drivers over and over again without any success on how to right click. Is it possible to right click with these drivers or do I have to install input-remappper?

Secondly, is it just me or do the audio drivers suck? The startup music is crackly and playing a video in Windows is shocking.

DeanCorp
 

Nermal

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Two-finger right click works for me on my 2.33 MBP without any additional software (other than the Boot Camp drivers, of course). What model of computer do you have?
 

DeanCorp

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Can you explain what you mean.

I have tried tapping my two fingers like i do in OSX to right click it doesn't work.

I also tried having one hand on the main button and the other hand doing the two finger tap and I can't get it to right click.

What am I doing wrong?

DeanCorp
 

DeanCorp

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WOAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
That is awesome! I look like a bit of a retard trying to right click though, I will have to get used to it!

I noticed you also live in Melbourne, Are you at Uni or doing VCE?

DeanCorp
 

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Make sure you're pressing the mouse button when you have two fingers on the trackpad. You can't do the "tap" click in boot camp.
Heh, I had no idea that you could "tap right-click". Other peoples' problems can sometimes teach you things :)
 

DeanCorp

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Secondly, is it just me or do the audio drivers suck? The startup music is crackly and playing a video in Windows is shocking.
Now that the first issue is out the way what about the second one :)

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DeanCorp

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YAY! Fixed the sound! Uninstall the sound drivers from device manager. Insert bootcamp CD. right click->open->drivers->sigmatel->then there are two installs there click the second one with XP and wait for it to install then you will have nice crisp sound :)

DeanCorp