3770 Views 8 Replies Latest reply: Jun 18, 2009 6:17 AM by tmac2006
I do not know why my previous apple id won't let me login, and I have to create the new login again in the support discussions.
Apple support called me and give me some solution:
1. Disable all bluetooth devices
2. Take out the battery
3. Hold the power button for 10 seconds
4. reboot the computer
5. Enable bluetooth devices
The issue solve when I perform the above steps.
But after 10 minutes, the issue come back.
I'm still working on.
I have an intermittent lag/jumpy problem with my trackpad\Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse on new 15" mbp (late 2008).
On 3/1/2009 (Sun)
I bring mbp to Apple store, the tech person rest PRAM and the issue gone right away.
But when I bring it home, I connect with Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse and Apple Wireless Keyboard both using bluetooth to connect with my mbp.
I start to get lag/jumpy program with my mouse.
When I at home, I start trying the following step:
1.Rest PRAM (apple/option/p/r). Not solve the issue.
2.Rest SMC (left shift/control/option) with power button and wait for 5 seconds, and then click power button. Not solve the issue.
3.Uninstall i-stat pro in my dashboard. Not solve the issue.
4.Turn off the airport connection. Not solve the issue.
5.Disconnect Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse and Apple Wireless Keyboard. Not solve the issue.
On 3/3/2009 (Tue) Case ID#??????
Apple Support call me and ask me do the following step:
1.Disconnect Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse and Apple Wireless Keyboard.
2.Take out the battery from mbp
3.Hold the power button for 10 seconds
4.Reboot the mbp
5.Connect Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse and Apple Wireless Keyboard.
The issue solved when I perform the above steps.
After 10 minutes, the issue come back again.
I have try as many solutions as I can, I start to think that may not be the bluetooth issue.
It maybe the system sleep issue, cause when the mbp wake up after sleep, the issue appear right away.
But right now, when I reboot the system, the issue still exist.
I do not want to do the above steps (apple support) everytime when I have issue, it is so annonying.
Thanks for the update. I've noticed the same behaviour, and I've read a few posts from others who have observed this too:
Unibody 15" MBP, Microsoft Notebook 5000 Bluetooth mouse. All fine until I connect the MacBook to my 24" cinema display - then the mouse starts the lagging behaviour. It's almost like it can't adjust to the two disparate screen resolutions, although I also use the set-up elsewhere with a 17" external screen with no issue.
So, I will try switching power outlets on the Cinema display, see if that helps. Weird!