Always with the forgotten Mac topics in the Arab technical field, Mac computers are known to work smoothly and well-made, as the face of any problem with the device may seem little to happen, but recently Apple has faced problems at this point, especially the problems with the keyboard with models MacBook Pro, But not only that, but the possibility of facing problems with the touchpad or what is known as the mouse may be great, and you can imagine using a computer without a mouse, so we have collected for you the most possible solutions that you can follow in case you encounter a problem Touchpad MacBook stopped working .

Check for system updates:

You can start by checking if there are new updates to the system, and you have not yet installed, most of the updates sent by companies to their different devices are solutions to such problems, and all you have to do is open the system preferences application then By clicking on the Software Update icon at the bottom, this will automatically check for new updates, and if there are new updates the system will install.

SMC Restart:

We have addressed this solution in many of the previous topics, because it is a very useful solution to most of the problems that may direct you on the Mac, SMC is an abbreviation of the System Management Controller, which means the system management console, which is responsible for a lot of functions on your system, so the Restarting it may solve a lot of the problem you face, and to do so turn off your device, and then if your device is working with a removable battery, remove it and remove the power source, then press and hold the power button for five seconds, and finally connect the battery again , And turn on the device again, in case your device has a battery Non-removable, turn off the device, press the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Option + Shift, at the same time press and hold the power button for 10 seconds, then release them all, and restart the MacBook again, and so you have done a reboot For SMC, and check if the problem is resolved.

Restart PRAM / NVRAM:

Whether your MacBook is using PRAM (parameter RAM) or NVRAM (non-volatile RAM), both do the same, and one might be the cause of the iPad problem, so you'll need to restart them. Now, press Option + Command + P + R for 20 seconds.In most MacBooks, you can stop pressing when you hear the system boot, and for new MacBooks, you can stop pressing when you see the Apple logo on the screen. You have restarted.

Deleting touchpad properties list files:

The last solution with us in this list, is to delete the files ".plist", and since you are facing the problem with touchpad, there are only two files you can deal with, first open Finder, then open the Go menu, and click on Go To Folder, and now you will see Search box like the picture above, type the following command: Library / Preferences, then click on Go, and now search for the following files, delete them and restart the device, the files are:

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