I have the apple bluetooth keyboard and i dint bother with the apple drivers. Some people reported it changing the name of their boot drive to 'BOOTCAMP'.
The main reason why I didn't use it was because it wont let you remap the 'windows' key. I used a program called sharpkeys. It edits the registry but you can change where the windows key is and you can also map the volume keys. I also mapped F6 as a delete key so I have control-alt-delete. The UI looks old but it works flawlessly. I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post the link but I downloaded it from cnet.com.
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Uninstall Sound Driver Windows 10. Have the same issue with wired Apple MB110 keyboard and Windows 10 PC: everything working in basic mode, but no media keys (no matter if 'Fn' key is pressed or not). Tried to install bootcamp drivers – nothing changed. SharpKeys does not see difference if, say, F10 key pressed alone or with Fn – shows the same key code. Meanwhile in macOS the same keyboard works just fine - so it's not a hardware issue (I mean, Fn key is not broken).
Is there a way to make it work or, at least, to have SharpKeys/Autohotkey shortcuts with Fn key?