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Macbook Air Keyboard/Trackpad freeze

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Sorry for not searching but leaving on trip in ONE hour!

New Macbook AIr working fine for several weeks. Turned on this morning to prepare for trip away and keyboard and trackpad is frozen - no response. Is it locked? Problem?

Tried rebooting. No response still. Haven't changed any settings or done anything that I know of to affect machine.
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