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I have been plagued with this problem for months now still haven't found a solutions

 

I have search the forum regarding trackpad and have tried every possible suggestions but still no luck

 

My problem: is that the trackpad mouse sometime works and sometime doesn't work

 

I have tried load n unload kext in /etc/rc .... tricks

 

 

when it works i get this:

 

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Matching service count = 4

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: commands[11] = 0

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout Starting

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout to loop Failed 0

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout to loop Ending

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Click Timer Starting

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Add Click Timer to Work loop Failed

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout to loop Ending

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: ApplePS2Trackpad: ALPS GlidePoint v10.115

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: CallistoHAL Initialized!

 

 

when it doesn't work i get

 

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Matching service count = 4

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: commands[11] = 0

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout Starting

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout to loop Failed 0

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout to loop Ending

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Click Timer Starting

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Add Click Timer to Work loop Failed

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout to loop Ending

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: ApplePS2Trackpad: ALPS GlidePoint v0.0

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: CallistoHAL Initialized!

 

 

can someone please explain to me why this is happening? and how may i fix it so that i get ApplePS2Trackpad: ALPS GlidePoint v10.115 ALL the time when i boot/start the system

 

 

PLEASE!!!! someone out there guru....

 

HELP!

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I have been plagued with this problem for months now still haven't found a solutions

 

I have search the forum regarding trackpad and have tried every possible suggestions but still no luck

 

My problem: is that the trackpad mouse sometime works and sometime doesn't work

 

I have tried load n unload kext in /etc/rc .... tricks

 

 

when it works i get this:

 

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Matching service count = 4

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: commands[11] = 0

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout Starting

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout to loop Failed 0

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout to loop Ending

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Click Timer Starting

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Add Click Timer to Work loop Failed

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout to loop Ending

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: ApplePS2Trackpad: ALPS GlidePoint v10.115

Feb 27 20:31:33 localhost kernel[0]: CallistoHAL Initialized!

 

 

when it doesn't work i get

 

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Matching service count = 4

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: commands[11] = 0

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout Starting

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout to loop Failed 0

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout to loop Ending

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Click Timer Starting

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Add Click Timer to Work loop Failed

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: Set Timeout to loop Ending

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: ApplePS2Trackpad: ALPS GlidePoint v0.0

Feb 27 20:30:46 localhost kernel[0]: CallistoHAL Initialized!

 

 

can someone please explain to me why this is happening? and how may i fix it so that i get ApplePS2Trackpad: ALPS GlidePoint v10.115 ALL the time when i boot/start the system

 

 

PLEASE!!!! someone out there guru....

 

HELP!

 

I have this exact same issue with 10.5.6. Did you ever get this fixed?

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