Trackpad doesnt start on boot up goes dead

Discussion in 'iMac' started by bobright, Sep 1, 2013.

  1. bobright macrumors 601

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    I was wondering if theres some settings somewhere to maybe reset the Trackpad? I doubt its possible but thought id ask before taking it in, lately its been acting strange and not turning on for me. It doesnt work if I manually try and turn it on either I have to go and pull the batteries out and put them in again for it to work. That sounds like dead batteries but the level is 49% and I havent replaced them that long ago.

    Is this common behavior on them failing? I havent had it long got it when the new iMacs were released.
     
  2. malvicus macrumors member

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    It still sounds like a battery issue. If you had this problem with fresh batteries, then I'd consider taking in the trackpad for service, especially if you have warranty on it.
     
  3. iMacUnsure macrumors member

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    I have the problem that the mouse is not recognized in start up....should I leave it on all the time?Or is cutting it on and off causing the problem? I just got this thing this past Friday,only had it 4 days!:confused:
     
  4. bobright thread starter macrumors 601

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    No clue man so far new batteries seemed to fix the problem. Lets see if it lasts. BTW these Trackpads run through batteries like NOTHING.
     
  5. malvicus macrumors member

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    Apple does make a battery charger with rechargeable batteries. Give them a go. Should save you some money on new batteries.
     

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