I think something might be wrong. I have tried through the system pref.s and everywhere else I can think of...<br><br>First the numbers stopped working and now my arrow keys are dead. Is there some magical trick that I am missing? I have tried all that I know of, and the thing is physically clean. Is there something else???<br><br>Please advise!<br><br><br>
I don't know about the arrow keys.<br>sometimes when people are playing around with the options in the Universal Access Preference Pane, they turn on "Mouse Keys" which disables the Numeric keypad (the numeric keypad is used in place of the mouse)<br><br><br>My Stuff
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Certainly you've tried unplugging and replugging it, right? What type of keyboard is it? <br><br>I sometimes have problems with my old AppleDesign Keyboard (I'll never give it up!), which I use through a ADB/USB adapter. reconnecting it usually does the trick<br><br>
Thanks dudes. I have tried all of that stuff... well, not sucking on the keys–??<br>It is an apple keyboard that came with the eMac. Its less than a year old,<br>I guess I will have to call Crapple (JUST A JOKE) and see what up. <br><br>Thanks for the advice.<br><br>
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