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What do you do if your Mac keyboard isn't working?
Last Updated: 23rd April, 2020
- Shutdown your MacBook.
- Connect the MagSafe adapter.
- Hold down Shift+Control+Option and the Power buttonatthe same time.
- Release the keys and look to see if theMagSafeadapter briefly changes color. If it does,theSMC reset has worked.
- Reboot your Mac and test the trackpad.
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Also question is, how do I reset my keyboard on my Mac?
- Click on the Apple menu in the top-left corner of thescreen,select System Preferences, then click Keyboard.
- Make sure the Keyboard tab is selected, then click theModifierKeys button.
- Next, select the Text tab, then check out the list oftextshortcuts (a.k.a.
Subsequently, question is, how do I turn on my Mac keyboard? The Magic Keyboard, Magic KeyboardwithNumeric Keypad, and Magic Trackpad 2 have a slide switchonthe back edge of the device. Slide the switch toturnon the device (green coloring becomes visible). EarlierAppleWireless Keyboard models have a power button on therightside of the device.
Similarly, you may ask, why my wireless keyboard is not working?
Failing to reconnect wireless devicesafterchanging the batteries is the most common cause ofwirelesskeyboard and mouse failures. If nothing isworkingstill, restart your computer. If this didn't fixtheproblem, try plugging in another keyboard andmousethat works on another computer.
How do I restore my keyboard?
Reset keyboard settings. Open Control Panel>Language. Select your default language. If you havemultiplelanguages enabled, move another language to the top of thelist, tomake it the primary language – and then again moveyourexisting preferred language back to the top ofthelist.