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keyboard issues after replacing batteries


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I was notified of low batteries on my wireless keyboard on imac. After changing them with fresh new batteries, the green light went off and everything on screen froze. I replaced those batteries with new ones and same thing. I try force quit...and the the button just sort of blinks. Anyone?
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