Question about Apple MacBook Pro Notebook
First check in the Universal Access pref pane and uncheck Enable access for universal devices or be sure Mouse keys is off as well as Sticky keys.
Try closing the lid and reopening.
Check for any third party mouse software (Iike Logitech) that may be interfering.
Test with an external keyboard to rule out software.
Failing to find an answer in software, you may have a problem with the keyboard connection internally. If you are under warrantee or have Applecare, take it to them to possibly have the keyboard replaced. Otherwise, check out this link on how to check and fix a possible hardware problem:
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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