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Cursor dont move

I can click but i cant move the cursor im on a powerpc g3 macOs 9

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    Pierre-Luc Globensky Jun 11, 2008

    Someone gave me a powermac g3 300mhz(beige) and i pluged the screen and the round plug(attached to the screen wire) behind the mac, ive pluged the keyboard on the side of the screen and the mouse on the side of the keyboard..............ps im completly new at macintosh but i know very well pc's......and please excuse me for my english i usually speak french.

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Possible your having loose connection. or You plug the USB connector direct to your keyboard, unplug it and transfer it at the Side of your computer or at the back if your using tower case CPU.

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