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Keyboard problem after OSX Installation

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Hello Guys,


I need your help your help with OSX installation.


I have installed OSX Leopard on my Intel PC. Installation went smooth with out any problem. The problem started after the installation. After the installation is done, for a few minutes everything is working fine. After 5 or 10 minutes, ' 7 ' key on the keyboard is pressing automatically. If I open a notepad, its automatically typing 77777777. Even when I open settings page or a new browser whatever it is, same behavior. Because of this problem, I am not able to do anything on the MAC. I am sure there is no problem with keyboard because I tested it with my Windows 7 PC and it is working fine. It is a Microsoft PS/2 keyboard.


I hope u understand the problem. Please let me know if not.


please find my PC configuration below.


Intel D945 board

2 GB Ram

Two internal separate HDDs. One Westren Digital with 120 GB installed MAC. Another 320 installed Windows 7. It is not a dual boot.

Microsoft PS/2 keyboard and USB mouse.


Note: At the package selection page in Instalation window, I have selected drivers for keyboard and mouse. I tried with out installing also. Both did not work.



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