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Hi,

I have a normal keyboard and a micorsoft wireless keyboard compatible with non mac systems. i have tried to use the same keyboard for MAC, but facing some issues with some keys. I am not able to go to the end of line when i press "End".

Is there any software or driver whcih actually maps the normal keyboard keys to the mac keyboard keys.

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Have you tried this procedure:
http://robert.accettura.com/blog/2007/11/04/mac-os-x-keyboard-mapping/

Also, what is the model of keyboard? There may very well be a driver for it.
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