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Defect Track Pad on MacBook Pro
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Lick-u-Brik
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Feb 24, 2016, 10:00 AM
 
Hello,

My trackpad suddenly seems to be going awol, clicking by itself and hard to control. But not always, usually after 10 mins or so. I have got a mouse and turned the pad off, and all seems to work ok, though there is a sligh lag. I dont know if this is the dodgy mouse though.

I have taken the trackpad out and it appears to be undamaged. I was considering just buying a new trackpad and throwing that in there, but i dont want to do that if there is a chacne that the problem ISNT with the trackpad, but something deeper.

Is there anyway of finding out (by myself) where the root of the problem is.

Cheers
     
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Feb 25, 2016, 11:09 AM
 
What year MacBook Pro?

Not sure if you'd get more traffic in Mac Notebooks, unless it's really old.
     
   
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