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Hello,

Just today my trackpad has been going crazy. It doesn't freeze but it acts like how it would normally act when a blue tooth mouse is interfered by another bluetooth mouse. If you get what I mean?..

It's like, it gets really sensitive but at times it gets really insensitive.

It just happened an hour ago and I'm pretty sure I haven't spilled anything on it.

Please help me on this, I AM REALLY DEPENDENT ON MY TRACK PAD. I'm so used to it. I tried updating my firmware and everything, it still goes crazy.

Thank you.
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