How To Login To Your Mac If Your Keyboard Isn't Working

If your keyboard isn't working when you are trying to log in, there are a few things you can do, but no perfect solution. You can use another USB keyboard, but in some cases your wireless keyboard will work as a wired keyboard too. You can also set up an Accessibility function in advance to avoid the problem.

Comments: 4 Responses to “How To Login To Your Mac If Your Keyboard Isn't Working”

    Lali Raj
    5 months ago

    I want to know if I turn on the Accessibility Options and Accessibility Keyboard and leave it on permentaly every time when I login do I have to use Accessibility Keyboard to login? Are will I be able to login normally using keyboard. Please let me know. Thanks this video is especially very useful.

    5 months ago

    Lali: Yes, you can use the physical keyboard too. Try it and see.

    dan
    3 weeks ago

    My Bluetooth keyboard was not connected to the mac mini.
    So when I turned the mac mini on, I couldn’t login.
    What can I do?

    3 weeks ago

    dan: So you have no other keyboard available? No USB keyboard anywhere? And if you turn on the keyboard it doesn’t pair it? How about a mouse or trackpad? If you have one of those, you can bring up the on-screen keyboard.

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