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  1. #1

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    Mar 28, 2010
    Who can answer this? A pad that click...
    The right side of my 2007 White MacBook pad is clicking. Yes, I can click by touching the part between the trackpad, the keyboard and the edge of the MacBook (basically the place where your right hand lay down).

    This is a physical problem because you can feel the plastic moving and you can even ear a noise similar to a button clicking.

    I changed the top case and I still have the same problem. This must mean that the problem is underneath... which is strange because there is nothing underneath but the hard drive. Maybe it is the case that doesn't give the support to the top case it should do.

    Finaly, the quick solution I found is to use a mouse and to disactivate the trackpad, which is kind of boring.

    Do you know what is the problem and how I can fix it?

  2. #2

    Member Since
    Mar 28, 2010
    Smile Problem solved
    Here my solution :
    I've removed the battery and putted some paper under the hard disk in order to make the right pad more solid.

    It worked!

    Why am I alone to have have that problem?

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