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    Can't type Capital letters
    Booted up today, and I can't type a Capital letter. Shift and Caps Lock don't work. I reset the Pram and repaired disk permissions, but no luck.

    Any advice?

    I'm working on OS X 10.4.

    Thanks!

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    And yet, there they are in your post.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rednote View Post
    Booted up today, and I can't type a Capital letter. Shift and Caps Lock don't work. I reset the Pram and repaired disk permissions, but no luck.

    Any advice?

    I'm working on OS X 10.4.
    And your computer is a _______.

    If it's a desktop computer, try a different keyboard.

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    Ugh - I just turned 40 a few months ago - and have been wondering if I might be due for some lately
    I am right on your back heels mate. Just last night i tried reading a label in the car using the interior light and my eyes hurt i Think the same .
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