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Oh my my keyboard is not being responsive.

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At some point it didnt response to typing. its been occurring since i installed leo.uh-oh.

 

u forgot to describe if PS2 or usb

if ps2 than use tigers ApplePS2controller... that one witch was workin for you.

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