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The reseat the cable connecting the keyboard to the logic board. asifo, Jul 31, 2007, in forum: Mac Desktops Replies: 0 Views: 805 asifo Jul 31, 2007 Some keys not working Gerry, May 14, 2010, in forum: Misc Replies: 0 Views: 221 After months of using a workaround like the one described here, it stopped working last week. I can envision > something having been spilled on the keyboard that would short them all > out. navigate here
I have become VERY accustomed to and LOVE my 17" screen. Jan 10, 2011 3:44 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Jitanjafora, Jitanjafora Jan 10, 2011 7:11 PM in response to KBass1204 Level 2 (245 points) Jan 10, As if you unplugged the keyboard and plugged it back in. **this is just a guess. View the answer I have this problem too Subscribed to new answers Is this a good question?
As I click on the "Show input in menu bar, All of the icons in my menu bar move over what looks like 1 place to the left (from the Battery put the battery back and keyboard and trackpad can works! Hopefully one of these easier solutions will solve the problem soon!
Hi I met a strange problem. worked for a while, now same, you have to play with it with your fingers to be able to finish a sentence. 3rd. Nothing is happening and we need to get this show on the road. I'll be sure to test this on my own laptop and report back sometime soon.
Before that a TIbook G4: broken hinges, another similar issue with the trackpad ribbon cable, to be fixed with some tape, and display again! I just can NOT afford to lose all of my PhotoShop stuff. I think it is time that I "bite the bullet" and get a new Mac (however, I do still want at least my kids to be able to use my G4 I was becoming cracy!
Take care, Jason 4 Adam S. I'm going to try your fix for now but messing around with this defective hardware will cost me more in billable downtime than the $250 for a new top case. If you can't type anything, then it's definitely a hardware problem. 2) If it's a hardware problem, there are a few possibilities. thank you! 55 David Wogan Mar 23, 2009 at 12:53 pm Oh man, I've been having this same problem.
But it sounds like they (Apple and/or the local store support "geniuses") are essentially clueless or purposely covering up. (Any lawyer types out there?? dig this You are a true Einstein type to poke around at your machine like that and figure out this trick. I have to speak to Apple about this very odd situation. I do not have disks that came with my computer to do any sort of software install.
My question is: What is the possible problem? check over here Regarding backup, you'll want to copy your entire Users folder to an external drive. My MBP (purchased new in April ‘08) has been behaving like this for the past two or three months -- I'm going to try the Genius Bar first, just to see I said thanks but no thanks and collected my Macbook.
- Remove the battery.
- That’s how long Apple’s hardware warranty lasts.
- Oh, I posted this problem on a major Mac forum with no response…then a good friend sent me this link. 57 Frank D'Angelo Mar 25, 2009 at 7:37 am Jason, Thanks
Check the iFixit manual for your model and you'll see what I'm talking about.Good luck! Yes No Voted Undo Score 0 Cancel Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? Right now I am in Windows writing this post on the very same laptop. his comment is here I seriously doubt it (can you spell “Detroit?” I think THEY finally got the message anyway), but Apple is a company I’m very familiar with over many years, so I know
You weren't senior in your first … USB killed my build? 3 replies This might not be the right place to post this and if it is im sorry but I It has been totally unresponsive for a month now. Went back into Univ.
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About Us Mac-Help.com is a friendly community of experts and enthusiasts, providing free Tech Support for Mac and other Apple products. One thought: As anyone tried lifting the clear plastic flap covering the ribbon and checking the connection? I have too much attraction to both the OS and the hardware, on top of the knowledge base and familiarity I’ve gained over the years, to switch (I think it might Privacy / DMCA contact / Affiliate and FTC Disclosure Fixed | Fluid | Fluid HD Login|Contact Us Mac Ask Mac Questions and Get Answers from Experts ASAP Not a Mac Question?
Will get back to you in a few hours. I love their computers but come on. It will cost about $200 at PowerbookMedic, and probably slightly more at Apple (though you might call to check). weblink Unless, of course, you spend another $300-plus on AppleCare.
Then he worked without problems. It would not come out of sleep, so I powered it down. First, apologies for the long post, but lots to consider. nospam, Jul 26, 2009 #5 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?
I even tried deleting the library>preferences> com.bezelservices.plist still nothing Please help [email protected] share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply goundry, Jan 26, 2008 goundry