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    Unresonsive buttons and track pad
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    Unresonsive buttons and track pad
    Not sure if tis has been posted. When I wake my macbook from sleep mode, sometimes al the buttons and the track pad just dont work. The only thing that wakes the beast is my mighty mouse. Ive tried reseting the nvram with the option command p r. Ive also tried the remove the battery and hold the power button trick. But I still occasionaly and unpredicatbly get this problem time to time. I'm just worried it may become worse in time. Any ideas?

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    Unresonsive buttons and track pad
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    hmm...try disabling bluetooth and see if that works
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    Unresonsive buttons and track pad
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    do you have the 'ignore accidental keystroke' option selected in system preferences? im not sure of the exact name of the option but it is something like that. i have heard that it has been an issue to some people until they found out that option was selected and they needed to take an extra second to get it out of sleep mode
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    Unresonsive buttons and track pad
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    I kinda need bluetooth, its how my wireles mighty mouse runs.... Do you mean "Ignore accedental trackpad input"? unselected that also alrady unselected was "Ignore trackpad when mouse present"

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