Re: Controlling Windows Media Player with the Microsoft Wireless Multimedia Keyboard (Vers. 1.1)
"Ron Bartle" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> (Refers to German Langage 64bit Vista Home Premium RTM)
> When trying to use the multi-media features of the above MS M-Media
> Keyboard the appropriate optical indications are given for the various
> functions (mute - volume+ and + etc etc.) superimposed on the desktop and
> also show the various "sliders" moving up and down optically when the
> loudspeaker/mixer is open.
> The problem is that WMP seems to act quite independantly of this and no
> effect is had on the actions within the wmp. Mute/Volume- controls etc do
> not actually work within the WMP although there is this optical indication
> at operating system level.
> Using the mouse to control the WMP on its own sliders etc _does_ work..
> but not the Microsoft Multimedia Keyboard which is manufactured and sold
> with exactly this key feature.
> Gratefull for any tips?
> ron b.
> (p.s. Yes I have installed the newest 64bit Intelipoint/Intelitype drivers
> obtained today from microsoft.de and selected specifically for 64bit Vista
> and re-booted after install although not called to do so by the
[Edit:] Further to the above:-
the problem described above seems to have to do with the fact that in the
extended config of the audio device (Realtech AC97 Driver) controller the
setting: "Exclusive control of Applications" is selected. If one tries to
remove this setting there is then NO sound.