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    Logitech Options disabled trackpad, how to fix?
    I recently got a new Logitech mouse and I installed Logitech Options for it. But now my MacBook's built-in trackpad doesn't work, whether I have the mouse attached or not. Does anyone know if there's a way to re-enable the trackpad? Thanks.

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    Logitech Options disabled trackpad, how to fix?
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    Without much detail, suggest removing the Logitech software. It's really not needed to use your mouse unless you have some special options that you need.

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    I just replaced my old HP Bluetooth mouse with a Logitech 557 so Iím curious to know where you got this software from? I havenít seen a Bluetooth mouse with accompanying software for years.
    In any case I agree with the previous comment, uninstall the Logitech software if possible.


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    Does anyone know if there's a way to re-enable the trackpad? Thanks.

    As suggested, Trash the software that you just installed whatever it was, then if need be do a SHUTDOWN/STARTUP then maybe a SMC and a PRAM reset:
    How to Do an SMC and PRAM/NVRAM Reset on Your Mac
    Reset NVRAM or PRAM on your Mac - Apple Support

    PS: no real Logitech mouse software should interfere with any trackpad if setup and configured correctly.


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