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Pointer on track pad moves on its own. it does not move along with finger and goes in jerky direction elsewhere.

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Did water get on the track pad? Try connecting an external mouse to get control over your pointer, and navigate to system preferences/track pad. See if you can play around with the settings, but if the external mouse works ok, it sounds like water may have come in contact with your track pad.

Posted on Aug 13, 2011

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