7128 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Jun 22, 2010 7:54 AM by Allan Jones
Try resetting your SMC and PRAM.
Resetting the System Management Controller >>
When the trackpad becomes unresponsive, another thing is to physically check the battery. Flip the computer and run your hand across the battery/case junction. The slight difference in height between them should be minimal and uniform.
Next, remove the battery and inspect for signs of swelling and deformation on the surfaces that are normally out of sight when the battery is in place. A swollen battery is going to leak soon and should be replaced ASAP.