I'm having a serious problem with my Macbook Intel Core Duo. I have recently installed Windows XP on a seperate partition successfully have instead of using the disks, I had the exact drivers that I needed. So I used those and they worked successfully except when I went into Device Manager and Updated my Keyboard driver to the Mac Keyboard and restarted, my keyboard would no longer work. I am currently on my second computer because the keyboard won't work through the boot screen or when it loads up. So therefore I cannot select between partitions. Windows seems to be the Primary partition that booting up aswell so I cannot do anything within Mac OSX. I am really stumped at this point, I was thinking if I go out and buy a USB keyboard and try that it might over-ride the default integrated macbook keyboard so I can fix this issue.
PS: I gave my Windows XP a security login so I can't type anything in to access it.
Thank you for replying, I had manually downloaded the drivers and installed them myself without using the disk. I have a copy of Windows XP that I used to format the second partition. I unfortunately cannot press the alt key to select my boot partition because the keyboard has unresponively stopped 100% once I rebooted after the previous change in th keyboard driver. I can fix this problem from within Windows just as long as I can get past the Security log in screen which I know the password (oviously), but cannot type it in. Once I am in, I will simply roll back the drivers.
Why not just borrow a USB kb from a friend and fix things back to the way it was until the main keyboard works. I've had to do similar things before , IE plug in PS/2 keyboard to load windows drivers for a USB keyboard. I'm sure that will fix it..