When the Mac Performa 5200 boots up, the finder comes on but the arrow is stuck in the upper left corner of the screen. I have zapped the P-RAM, but that did not solve the problem. I would be grateful for any suggestions.
That's an idea. I will look for another mouse with the correct end to plug into the computer. However, I tried the arrow keys and the cursor (arrow) did not move using them. As I recall, using the arrow keys was a way to move the cursor also.
As I recall, using the arrow keys was a way to move the cursor also.
Yes, but you must first enable Mouse Keys for the numberpad to be able to control the cursor. First try a mouse that you know works, or try the mouse that's currently hooked up to your Mac at another computer.
Thanks! I am trying to locate a mouse that fits the ADB port, as my other mouse is USB. It may take me a few days. I really appreciate your help. I didn't know about enabling the mouse keys. I don't know how to do that but probably can't at this point.
I didn't know about enabling the mouse keys. I don't know how to do that but probably can't at this point.
Not without a mouse. To enable mouse keys, you must go into the Control Panel, which is accessible from the Apple Menu, and then choose Accessibility, and in the Mouse page I believe you can enable Mouse Keys (hard to remember, as I'm not on my Mac IIvi right now).