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The trackpad was probably damaged by a bulging batteiesbattery pushing and breaking the trackpad due to poor design. I’ve experienced this on two MBP and am pretty fed up with it since the battery and whatever damage it makes isn’t covered by warranty and Apple doesn’t take responsibility for faulty design.
The trackpad was probably damaged by a bulging batteiesbattery pushing and breaking the trackpad due to poor design. I’ve experienced this on two MBP and am pretty fed up with it since the battery and whatever damage it makes isn’t covered by warranty and Apple doesn’t take responsibility for faulty design.
 
[br]Two days ago after connecting to my Apple TB monitor at home with and Apple USB keyboard (and BT trackpad) connected I experienced the same malfunction of the volume keys as stated above in one of our families MBA and I’m pretty sure it’s due to really unstable OSX nowadays. Has it really been that long since the late S.J. went 6ft under?
[br]Two days ago after connecting to my Apple TB monitor at home with and Apple USB keyboard (and BT trackpad) connected I experienced the same malfunction of the volume keys as stated above in one of our families MBA and I’m pretty sure it’s due to really unstable OSX nowadays. Has it really been that long since the late S.J. went 6ft under?
 
Two days ago after connecting to my Apple TB monitor with and Apple USB keyboard and BT trackpad connected I experienced the same malfunction of the volume keys as stated above in one of our families MBA and I’m pretty sure it’s due to really unstable OSX these nowadays. Has it really been that long since the late S.J. went 6ft under?

Hardware
Hardware and software that used to be “it just works” -which lead me to replace my families entire eco system several years ago and contiously completing withadding new Apple products- seem to be dropping like flies nowadays and is nowhere near anymore.
Two days ago after connecting to my Apple TB monitor with and Apple USB keyboard and BT trackpad connected I experienced the same malfunction of the volume keys as stated above in one of our families MBA and I’m pretty sure it’s due to really unstable OSX these nowadays. Has it really been that long since the late S.J. went 6ft under?

Hardware
Hardware and software that used to be “it just works” -which lead me to replace my families entire eco system several years ago and contiously completing withadding new Apple products- seem to be dropping like flies nowadays and is nowhere near anymore.
 
Volume /function button problem:
 
[Fn] button working since double press opens the “dictation” pop-up and all F1-12 work correct wile the default functionfunctions like brightness and volume isare gone. I’ve tried activating and deactivating “Use F1, F2…” and also disabled “Show desktop/dashboard” for [F11] and [F12] while the latter two were never activated by myself. On the external USB Apple keyboard everything works correct.[br]

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correct.
[Fn] button working since double press opens the “dictation” pop-up and all F1-12 work correct wile the default functionfunctions like brightness and volume isare gone. I’ve tried activating and deactivating “Use F1, F2…” and also disabled “Show desktop/dashboard” for [F11] and [F12] while the latter two were never activated by myself. On the external USB Apple keyboard everything works correct.[br]

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correct.
 
So, no keyboard hardware failure but instead I’m confident a full clean install will do the job like in the days of crappy Windows from Microsoft unless someone can come up with a solution to restore functionality which wasn’t altered by me…myself…
So, no keyboard hardware failure but instead I’m confident a full clean install will do the job like in the days of crappy Windows from Microsoft unless someone can come up with a solution to restore functionality which wasn’t altered by me…myself…

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Postagem original de: J M ,

Texto:

The trackpad  was probably damaged by bulging batteies pushing and breaking the trackpad due to poor design. I’ve experienced this on two MBP and am pretty fed up with it since the battery and whatever damage it makes isn’t covered by warranty and Apple doesn’t take responsibility for faulty design.

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Two days ago after connecting to my Apple TB monitor with and Apple USB keyboard and BT trackpad connected I experienced the same malfunction of the volume keys as stated above in one of our families MBA and I’m pretty sure it’s due to really unstable OSX these nowadays. Has it really been that long since the late S.J. went 6ft under?

Hardware and software that used to be “it just works”  -which lead me to replace my families entire eco system several years ago and contiously completing with new Apple products-  seem to be dropping like flies nowadays and is nowhere near anymore.

Volume /function button problem:

[Fn] button working since double press opens the “dictation” pop-up and all F1-12 work correct wile the default function like brightness and volume is gone.  I’ve tried activating and deactivating “Use F1, F2…” and also disabled “Show desktop/dashboard” for [F11] and [F12] while the latter two were never activated by myself. On the external USB Apple keyboard everything works correct.[br]

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So, no keyboard hardware failure but instead I’m confident a full clean install will do the job like in the days of crappy Windows from Microsoft unless someone can come up with a solution to restore functionality which wasn’t altered by me…

Status:

open