I think it had the monitor. I had two monitors showing in my upper menu. Totally fine. I assume I could have turned off bluetooth on the MacBook Air and it would have resolved the problem also. I imagine that if I took the MacBook Air for a walk away from my iMac the problem would have gone away also. The MacBook Air was waiting for the iMac to take over. I had the problem at home with MBA.
Took to seller and everything worked perfectly. Came back home and problem continued. Turned off Bluetooth as you suggested, and now, all is well. Difficult to believe one has to go on an online search to find independent answers to Apple's shortcomings. Makes the idea of Apple customer service laughable.
Per Jensen perjens. My Mac needed to be updated to latest OS-X. I updated and it still did not work. I tried many of the suggestions. Then shut-down the system and restarted normally, still working. For sure the OS-X update was the key, but if it was the safe mode start which gave the final fix I'm not sure why. Took it to Apple - they said too many programs were open and it was fine it wasn't!
I tried many things on this forum and the safe mode did the trick. Thank you! March 15 by our.
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Bob Virzi. I had the exact same problem! Had to reboot using the power key, which was still working. I turned Bluetooth off and on again, and that restored my internal keyboard and trackpad functionality. I tried it because of the above comment on the MacBook Air thinking a Bluetooth mouse I had for my desktop was around. Thanks a lot for this man!
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I splashed some water on my keyboard and wiped it off with a towel and must of somehow turned the bluetooth on and disabled my mouse and keyboard. This fixed the problem instantly. Henrik Kjellin. I opened it and saw fresh milk! In such a case, there is only one thing to do, the distilled water trick.
Then you put your Mac on a baking tray and rinse it with distilled water - humidity doesn't kill a computer, it's the salts, sugars and acids that does or in this case milk. Plug back in the battery, and it's as good as new! I'm writing on now :. I read where some folks had found press down hard on the case to fix things. So I removed the bottom cover, 3 screws to lift battery to expose trackpad.
What I found was a small piece of waded up tissue size of dime smashed flat near the left side under battery, removed the piece of tissue. I tightened all the screws seated all the ribbon cables now it did not work at all even pressing hard. Between battery and trackpad to act as a spacer. Perhaps applying more pressure to the trackpad was what was needed here.
Everything works as intended now! What someone did was use the tissue paper to add a bit of pressure. I don't recommend leaving the tissue paper here as it is flammable and it does get hot here. Best to all it out and use some kaptan tape or better yet replace the trackpad and the cable.
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Dan, I may try this. I feel like the technicians that replaced my battery may have done something that is making my MacBook Pro unresponsive. That ribbon cable might be getting too hot. Rrien dxnkiqiibcc. Had the same issue - trackpad and keyboard not working on MacBook. Power button was. External trackpad and keyboard worked fine. Decided to try to open the back of the laptop to see if I could figure something out, but before I could cry about not having the right screwdriver, I saw a tiny piece of paper sticking out of the vent. Used a vacuum to suck it out and voila!
Everything is working fine again! Yzan yzan. In my case, the problem was the cable connecting the touchpad to the motherboard. One of the wires in the cable was not conducting the electricity anymore. That crippled the communication between the motherboard and the touchpad. But because the keyboard is attached to the motherboard over the touchpad, the keyboard did not work as well.
The only button that was still working was the power button. Likely because it does not communicate with the motherboard over the message bus which was crippled but over a distinct wire in the cable. I ordered a new flex cable on the internet.
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But the cable I got was for an older version of MacBook Air it looked the same, the size was the same, but it had fewer wires. Once I got the correct version of the cable, everything worked again. Shafiul Alam shafiul For me it started working when I enabled my guest log in and then logged in as guest. I logged out from guest user logged in as regular, all works fine now.
Strange, but worked! Michael Newell mnewell. Because the Apple Bluetooth Keyboard is slightly raised and the MacBook Pro keyboard is slightly sunken, the keyboard can rest above the keys without interference.
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This may not work for all models and there are several different types of keyboards from Apple. But, it does allow you to utilize the trackpad and laptop in a fashion similar to how it was designed. Juan Manuel LF juanm Of course dependent on the design of your MacBook and could affect any other MacBook, as I was able to verify with a friend.
I recently bought a Bose Revolve portable speaker, my setup was as shown below the speaker is the grey cylinder at the left of the computer , I had just moved the Bose there since I had just finished charging it. So, just came back to this page to register that, in case it saves someones soul some suffering… move the computer from where you have it to see if maybe there is some strange magnetic field or something that is messing with the sensors, haha, have a good one.
After spending all day trying everything suggested again and again trackpad and keyboard are back! When I connected external mouse and keyboard all worked, however when I opened up settings for trackpad it showed searching for Bluetooth with no options. SMC light changed on power connector but no luck. I tried switching the Bluetooth off but then no trackpad recognised in settings at all.
Last resort hairdryer on cold setting and gave it a thorough blast all around trackpad and keyboard, SMC reset and bingo! July 5 by Abdullah Alharbi. Luigi luigi Posted: March 3. Vedavalli Krishnan. Posted: April The way I fixed it is, by disabling the mouse key in accessibility. Hope it helps some. May 22 by Emily.
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Is this a good question? Yes No. Voted Undo. Score Hello I am completely stuck. Warranty up? Chosen Solution. Was this answer helpful? They should all be disconnected now. In this list, find your wireless Bluetooth keyboard. Simply click the Connect box beside your keyboard. Connection should happen quickly and without much interaction, or need to enter a pairing code. If your experience is anything like mine, you will have your special function key functionality back. The top of your keyboard should work again.
I just hit this problem and found connecting the Magic Keyboard to my Mac with the lightning cable and disconnecting it again fixed the problem. Somehow when it connected via Bluetooth earlier it got into an unknown keyboard state. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
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