Great! The moving of the screen each time the mouse moves is cured, thank you . . . but the number key pad problem remains. Nothing happens when any keys on the numbers key pad are punched.
Yes, the mouse keys option is now turned of. I also reset the PRAM and NVRAM, and I tried another keyboard, wireless, but the key pad on the other keyboard was likewise inoperative.
No, the new keyboard makes no difference. Yes, the new keyboard, a wireless large type version, also fails to get a response from the number key pad.
I do have the Mac Installation discs, I think.
We can reinstall the Mac OSX and see if it works or not. Put the Mac OS installation disc to your Mac. Restart and hold down the c key on your keyboard. This will boot into the installation screen. now follow the onscreen instructuons to reinstall. let me know how it goes.
PS This won't delete anything from your Mac
It's working! I loaded the Installation Disc and was told I couln't install this disc . . . and gave me the option of reloading from my backup disc, bugt warned that this would erase all of my files. So I chickened out and cancelled the whole thing; restarted and the keypad is now fine.
Hope that it didn't disturb anything else.
Thank you, Ashik.
It was just a glitch in the software. You probably are using latest version than the disc, that is why you are unable reinstall. But I'm glad you got it back working. If you have any questions or would like any additional information please don't hesitate to ask. If you are satisfied with my service, please rate me Positively. Bonuses are greatly appreciated.
Thank you . . . number pad is now working.