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I just a got a new Mac Book Pro 2.66 ghz about a month ago and every seems to be running flawlessly except for one thing. Every time I go to shut down and that other windows pops asking me if I want to shut down or cancel there is like a second where my mouse cursor freezes and then comes back up , or it skips to a different part of the screen. I'm only using the touchpad, and it only happens for like a split second and comes right back up. It also happened one time when using Safari but I might have been typing something and maybe my hand it the touchpad. But as for the shutdown it happens every time I click shut down. So I am just wanted to know if this is an issue I should be worried about or if its a common thing that I shouldn't care about. All help is appreciated.

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I just a got a new Mac Book Pro 2.66 ghz about a month ago and every seems to be running flawlessly except for one thing. Every time I go to shut down and that other windows pops asking me if I want to shut down or cancel there is like a second where my mouse cursor freezes and then comes back up , or it skips to a different part of the screen. I'm only using the touchpad, and it only happens for like a split second and comes right back up. It also happened one time when using Safari but I might have been typing something and maybe my hand it the touchpad. But as for the shutdown it happens every time I click shut down. So I am just wanted to know if this is an issue I should be worried about or if its a common thing that I shouldn't care about. All help is appreciated.

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