5608 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Aug 5, 2008 9:26 PM by mammonist
Welcome to Discussions. Go to System Preferences>Universal Access and see whether you have inadvertently dedicated those keys to some other use. It could also be the some liquid got in under them and did some damage. Which keyboard is it, the Pro or the aluminum one? What model iMac do you have and have you tried to reset the PRAM?
Please let us know results,
It's the white and clear Pro keyboard. I've tried restarting the PRAM with no luck. Also had a look at universal acess and doesn't look like those keys are assigned to anything else.
I'm not aware of any liquid damage (i try not to eat or drink around my mac:)). I've got the last version of the G5 imac 2.1Ghz.
It's all very strange.
Thanks for answering so promptly.
If MGW's suggestions do not work, then check out the following as your keyboard may be dirty:
Disassemble a Apple Pro (transparent) keyboard to clean it