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Keyboard dead Board was not responding,had to hit keys hard. Put in new battery ,board is dead. It was not dropped and it is not that old.Kensington Desktop for Mac #64382.

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  • whodar Mar 16, 2008

    Whodar here. When I reset the disk, both lights go on and I can type about 4 letters before the board quits working again. Any clues?

  • whodar Mar 20, 2008

    I fixed it by resetting the buttons from 3 inches away.It took 10 times. Good now,Thanks

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Usually,if you drop a piece of computer equipment, it's age does not have much to do with anything. It will break just as good, whether it's old or new. You said it : board is dead.

Posted on Mar 13, 2008

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