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One thing that you could do is try turning the iCloud Music Library on and off in iTunes Another is by going into iTunes and signing in and out of your Apple ID. This is normally located around the top right corner of the iTunes window. This guide details some other options (including the ones I've already mentioned) to remedy your issue.
I installed homebrew http://brew.sh/ and osquery https://osquery.io/. Then did select * from preferences where domain like "%system%"; which showed a list of preference settings that might be interesting. ThirdPartyCount was 0, which I thought was wrong. So I backed up ~Library/Preferences/com.apple.systempreferences.plist and used XCode to edit the value ...
The easiest way to do this would be to use Migration Assistant. If you transfer your settings when you first setup your Mac, you can run the Migration Assistant to transfer the settings for you. Directly from Apple: OS X Mavericks: Transfer your info from a computer or disk I went with Mavericks because it is fairly recent and the procedure is the same ...
I think you would need to reload the kext for it sudo kextunload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleUSBTopCase.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleUSBTrackpad.kext to disable it. Change kextunload to kextload to re-enable it. Now create a script from above so you can run it with one click. Sorry, that was for the external trackpad. For the internal that would be ...
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