Question about Apple M9034LL/A Keyboard
Sorry, there's no way I can see to disable any of the USB ports either in software or hardware. How about a third-party keyboard that doesn't have any ports to begin with? Or, you could also physically block the ports... That could get a little pricey at around $10 a port (from what I've seen online), but it certainly seems fairly fool-proof (or at least student-proof!!).
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Posted on May 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If it's doing nothing then you have a bad USB port (move it to another USB port) or the USB keyboard is disabled in CMOS (usually hit F2 or Delete button during start up to get to). If the keyboard is working but isn't working correctly, there is something wrong with the keyboard. You probably just need a new keyboard.
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