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Macbook Pro trackpad wigging out,

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I've recently been having some issues with my early '08 MBP. While using the trackpad it sometimes goes real fast, and then doesn't move at all, then moves again real fast, that sort of thing. It makes it hard to click accurately. And it seems to happen in bursts, maybe every 2 hours. What should I do about this?
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