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Have you tried deleting and reloading the 'Input Source' keyboard?
 
I would recommend setting up a second keyboard first (USB or Bluetooth) just to be safe here!
 
Go into the Keyboard Prefs setting window and click on the Righthand menu choice 'Input Source' now hi light from the left column the keyboards flag (in my case a US flag) using the minus key at the bottom, then close the window and restart the system, then reopen to add it back in. Did that solve it?
 
We will need to know what are your keyboard resources are. Go into 'About This Mac' Click on System Report. Now in the left column expand Hardware section and then click on the USB. Now in the Right column grab the cross bar and slide it up so the Keyboard & Trackpad resources are all visible. Take a screenshot of the window and paste it here for us to see.
 
Also tell us what your OS is and what is your keyboards language (US, British, French ...)
 
=== Update (01/11/2017) ===
 
Well, I think you have a bad keyboard here.
Well, I think you have a bad keyboard here.
 
I assume the reason you replaced the trackpad was do to a liquid spill of some sort. Sadly, what ever spilled also effected the keyboard.
 
I would visit an Apple Store and see what they have to say is the issue. Once they report back to you on whats wrong you can decide if you want them to fix it or give it a try your self.

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Editado por: Dan ,

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Have you tried deleting and reloading the 'Input Source' keyboard?
 
I would recommend setting up a second keyboard first (USB or Bluetooth) just to be safe here!
 
Go into the Keyboard Prefs setting window and click on the Righthand menu choice 'Input Source' now hi light from the left column the keyboards flag (in my case a US flag) using the minus key at the bottom, then close the window and restart the system, then reopen to add it back in. Did that solve it?
 
We will need to know what are your keyboard resources are. Go into 'About This Mac' Click on System Report. Now in the left column expand Hardware section and then click on the USB. Now in the Right column grab the cross bar and slide it up so the Keyboard & Trackpad resources are all visible. Take a screenshot of the window and paste it here for us to see.
 
Also tell us what your OS is and what is your keyboards language (US, British, French ...)
 
=== Update (01/11/2017) ===
 
Well, I think you have a bad keyboard here.
 
I assume the reason you replaced the trackpad was do to a liquid spill of some sort. Sadly, what ever spilled also effected the keyboard.

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Editado por: Dan ,

Texto:

Have you tried deleting and reloading the 'Input Source' keyboard?
 
I would recommend setting up a second keyboard first (USB or Bluetooth) firstjust to be safe here!
I would recommend setting up a second keyboard first (USB or Bluetooth) firstjust to be safe here!
 
Go into the Keyboard Prefs setting window and click on the Righthand menu choice 'Input Source' now hi light from the left column the keyboards flag (in my case a US flag) using the minus key at the bottom, then close the window and restart the system, then reopen to add it back in. Did that solve it?
 
We will need to know what are your keyboard resources are. Go into 'About This Mac' Click on System Report. Now in the left column expand Hardware section and then click on the USB. Now in the Right column grab the cross bar and slide it up so the Keyboard & Trackpad resources are all visible. Take a screenshot of the window and paste it here for us to see.
 
Also tell us what your OS is and what is your keyboards language (US, British, French ...)

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Postagem original de: Dan ,

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Have you tried deleting and reloading the 'Input Source' keyboard?

I would recommend setting up a second keyboard first (USB or Bluetooth) first here!

Go into the Keyboard Prefs setting window and click on the Righthand menu choice 'Input Source' now hi light from the left column the keyboards flag (in my case a US flag) using the minus key at the bottom, then close the window and restart the system, then reopen to add it back in. Did that solve it?

We will need to know what are your keyboard resources are. Go into 'About This Mac' Click on System Report. Now in the left column expand Hardware section and then click on the USB. Now in the Right column grab the cross bar and slide it up so the Keyboard & Trackpad resources are all visible. Take a screenshot of the window and paste it here for us to see.

Also tell us what your OS is and what is your keyboards language (US, British, French ...)

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