I have a brand new MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2014). Shipped with Yosemitee pre-installed, the version I have is 10.10.1 . I don't have any software installed except Google Chrome, so it is clean/new OS.
I noticed sometimes the keyboard and trackpad become completely unresponsive after waking up the laptop from sleep. Happened several times, the last time it happened I could not reset PRAM or SMC as keyboard was unresponsive even after restarting or shutting down so I had to Re-Install OS.
Today I was able to reproduce the issue, first I tried to let it go into Sleep mode several times with no device plugged into the USBs, and Lid left opened. I could not reproduce, both were working when I wake the laptop.
Then I plugged in a USB Mouse, left the lid opened, and let it go to sleep for 1 hr. When I waked it up, the keyboard/mouse were unresponsive. Then I unplugged the mouse usb, let it go into sleep mode, and closed the lid .. for few minutes. Then I opened the lid, waked it up .. this time both were responsive and working.
I was able to reproduce the above scenarios, so it is not a random thing.
So, is there some kind of a log or test I can use to reproduce or while reproducing the unresponsive case above so I can understand if it is a hardware or software problem ?
You can get the system.log from here https://www.dropbox.com/s/3x320cieum3it4w/system.log?dl=0
Also, here is the result of 'pmset -g'
Active Profiles: Battery Power -1* AC Power -1 Currently in use: standbydelay 10800 standby 1 halfdim 1 hibernatefile /var/vm/sleepimage darkwakes 0 gpuswitch 2 disksleep 0 sleep 1 autopoweroffdelay 14400 hibernatemode 3 autopoweroff 1 ttyskeepawake 1 displaysleep 2 acwake 0 lidwake 1
[edit 2] Sorry I undo the selected solution as it did not fix the issue, as I have new information, they are unresponsive again and this time I see this keeps showing in the system log, any idea ?
Dec 12 23:49:30 ahmads-mbp kernel: AppleUSBMultitouchDriver::_getFeatureReportInfo - DeviceRequest returned error 0xe00002c0 (interface 1, reportID 0xd9) Dec 12 23:49:30 ahmads-mbp kernel: AppleUSBMultitouchDebug: _getFeatureReportInfo returned an error in AppleUSBMultitouchDriver::_deviceGetReportWithLookUp Dec 12 23:49:31 ahmads-mbp kernel: AppleUSBMultitouchDriver::_getFeatureReportInfo - DeviceRequest returned error 0xe00002c0 (interface 1, reportID 0xd1) Dec 12 23:49:31 ahmads-mbp kernel: AppleUSBMultitouchDebug: _getFeatureReportInfo returned an error in AppleUSBMultitouchDriver::_deviceGetReportWithLookUp
I managed to downgrade it to Mavericks but problem still happening. I think it is hardware issue now since I was able to reproduce in two OS X versions. So I am taking it to apple store to replace it or fix the hardware.
[Edit 4] Confirmed! it is a hardware issue, I replaced the top case and the problem gone!