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So I had the same problem on my 2006 macbook, also running 10.6.8. I was convinced it was a software problem until I read a post somewhere that said it could be an old battery that has expanded and is putting pressure on the trackpad. So I took out the battery,made sure the power supply was plugged in an booted up...bingo, problem solved. I then left my ...
I have this same issue. I'm on a Macbook Pro and changed the settings for the trackpad. This changed the mouse behavior. Not a true solution, but works for me.
You could just use it wired, meaning connect the lightning cable that is usually used to charge the pad to connect it to your MacBook, it works. Some people tried using it with older Macs and it seems to work with Bluetooth 2.0 as well, but i doubt the battery will last as long as with Bluetooth 4.0. The chip in the device itself is only capable of ...
I evenly spread some Talcum Powder on the Mouse pad and now the Magic Mouse is floating like a Air Hockey Mallet.
In System Preferences for Bluetooth you can check the box to "Show Bluetooth in menu bar." Then, hold down the option key and click the Bluetooth icon when paired with your device. You'll see a new option to "Create Diagnostics Report on the Desktop." This will give you more details to further debug or diagnose what's going on, particularly the files ...
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