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Hello all,

My Aluminum iMac's aluminum keyboard was working great and then suddenly the enter key with the numeric pad seems to have stopped working. I am now testing with a second keyboard and getting the same results.

So it seems I may not be having a hardware problem, but something is strange. Any ideas what could be changed or do i need to reinstall the Leopard to get it working again?
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