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Hey guys, I know you probably have seen this topic posted. However, none of them seemed to fit my problem. You see, when I play Call of Duty 4 on my macbook (white) or any other game, the dock freezes and my right mouse click doesn't work! It is so frustrating when I can't use my right mouse click! Please post some helpful answers. Thank you!
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