Anyone know of a driver for this keypad?
I didn't need one when I first plugged it in. It worked for a while, but not it does not. There's no way for me to see if my intel Mac (OXS 10.4.10) even recognizes it.
I tried plugging it into another Mac (PowerPC) in our office and works there. Any ideas?
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There's usually a Numlock key that turns off the cursor movement and turns on the numeric keys. If it doesn't say "Num Lock" or something similar, you might need to press the Fn key with the F1-F12 key that looks like a numeric keypad. Pressing the Shift key while pressing a number on the numeric keypad should give a number output if the Num Lock is turned off, the cursor movement if Num Lock is on.
Have you tried booting up in safe mode to see if it does the same thing?
Also check your keyboard to see if there is some type of key
combination that locks or unlocks the numeric keypad. If so, usually
you will have to hit the FN key or the ALT key or the CTRL key plus some
other key to get it to toggle.