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That special model of trackpad is known for being prone to malfunction with age and when not used for some time, it clicks but doesn’t work.
 
However, it seems this is not the case as you say at least the old one was working normally before. External mouse uses the external USB circuit, not the internal USB trackpad circuit to communicate with the logic board.
 
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We know you don’t have a software issue but nothing more. You can try an SMC reset as well as exchanging trackpad cables. Check closely the relevant connector on the logic board isn’t damaged. You can also try disconnecting the keyboard to not let anything untried but you’ll need to short the pawer pads to start the system, you can find right location of them here: http://www.insidemylaptop.com/turn-on-macbook-pro-laptop-without-power-button-locating-power-on-pads/

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Editado por: Dan ,

Texto:

That special model of trackpad is known for being prone to malfunction with age and when not used for some time, it clicks but doesn’t work.
 
However, it seems this is not the case as you say at least the old one was working normally before. External mouse uses the external USB circuit, not the internal USB trackpad circuit to communicate with the logic board.
 
[document|5087]
 
We know you don’t have a software issue but nothing more. You can try an SMC reset as well as exchanging trackpad cables. Check closely the relevant connector on the logic board isn’t damaged. You can also try disconnecting the keyboard to not let anything untried but you’ll need to short the pawer pads to start the system, you can find right location of them here: http://www.insidemylaptop.com/turn-on-macbook-pro-laptop-without-power-button-locating-power-on-pads/

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Editado por: Dan ,

Texto:

That special model of trackpad is known for being prone to malfunction with age and when not used for some time, it clicks but doesn’t work. However

However
, it seems this is not the case as you say at least the old one was working normally before. External mouse uses the Usbexternal USB circuit, not the internal USB trackpad circuit to dialogcommunicate with the logic board, weboard.

We
know you don’t have a software issue but nothing more. YouYou can try an SMC reset as well as exchanging trackpad cables. Check closely the relevant connector onon the logic board isn’t damaged. You can also try disconnecting the keyboard to not let anything untried but you’ll need to short the pawer pads to start the mac..yousystem, you can find right location of them here: http://www.insidemylaptop.com/turn-on-macbook-pro-laptop-without-power-button-locating-power-on-pads/
That special model of trackpad is known for being prone to malfunction with age and when not used for some time, it clicks but doesn’t work. However

However
, it seems this is not the case as you say at least the old one was working normally before. External mouse uses the Usbexternal USB circuit, not the internal USB trackpad circuit to dialogcommunicate with the logic board, weboard.

We
know you don’t have a software issue but nothing more. YouYou can try an SMC reset as well as exchanging trackpad cables. Check closely the relevant connector onon the logic board isn’t damaged. You can also try disconnecting the keyboard to not let anything untried but you’ll need to short the pawer pads to start the mac..yousystem, you can find right location of them here: http://www.insidemylaptop.com/turn-on-macbook-pro-laptop-without-power-button-locating-power-on-pads/

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Aporte original por: arbaman ,

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That special model of trackpad is known for being prone to malfunction with age and when not used for some time, it clicks but doesn’t work. However, it seems this is not the case as you say at least the old one was working normally before. External mouse uses the Usb circuit, not the trackpad circuit to dialog with the logic board, we know you don’t have a software issue but nothing more.  You can try an SMC reset as well as exchanging trackpad cables. Check closely the relevant connector  on the logic board isn’t damaged. You can also try disconnecting  the keyboard to not let anything untried but you’ll need to short the pawer pads to start the mac..you can find right location of them here: http://www.insidemylaptop.com/turn-on-macbook-pro-laptop-without-power-button-locating-power-on-pads/

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