Question about Apple MacBook Air
The guy above was mistakenly wrong you can find sites that take you step by step through changing a faulty mousepad as well as buying a new one.It sounds like you need a new track pad band that attache to your keyboard faulty.:)
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
Could be damage to the sensors under the trackpad. This is no DIY, I t will cost ot have a tech look at it, in the meantime, plug a mouse in to the USB so you can at least use it. It should be under warranty, so take it in to them and it might be free!
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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