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ok.. i have a macbook os x 10.5, 2 ghz inter core duo, 2 gb memory. im having a problem with the enter key... it doesnt work... unless i push number lock, it wont work, is getting very annoying to have to do this every time i need to use enter. is there any fix to this??? im starting to loose hope.. lol... thanx!
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Are you using the "enter" key on the bottom of the keyboard or on the right of the keyboard?


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right... the 'return' key...
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Is there even an Enter button on the bottom?
As far as I know, there's a "space" button.

The Enter you use, is it located at the right of numpad or located directly right of all the letters?
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Num lock is at the very top!! cant use the return button unless i push that **** button.. it really sucks... i cant figure out whats wrong with it....
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ok.. so i couldnt find an answer.. i did plan B.. reinstall the os completely. i think the settings were screwed up. but it fixed it....
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