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The keyboard on my macbook pro will not work.

I do not know what i did, but the keyboard nor mouse pad will work. is there a button i pressed with out knowing?

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It seems as if your keyboard and mouse just died. Turn off your computer and take out your battery and let it sit. If this does not work take it to your local Apple store or contact an Apple representative. If this helped rate me!

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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