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G4 Keyboard not getting enough power


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I've many problem with my 6 month old PowerMac G4.

First my processor broke after two months, now my keyboard will not work.

I get a message from the computer saying there "isn't enough power from the usb device."

Can someone help me with this. I would really appreciate it.
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Are you using the stock keyboard or an after-market keyboard?


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is the keyboard plugged directly into the mac, or into a hub? it should connect directly to the mac.:mac:
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if you use the original keyboard and plug it directly into your computer it should work. theres not much more you can do
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there must be a short or some thing inside the keyboard, you should send it to be checked out.

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Thanks for the replies.

The Keyboard was plugged directly into the computer. I went to the Apple store and spoke with the genius, and he said the keyboard is probably failing. Going to have it tested today.
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