I have Macbook Pro 13" 2014. Everything was working fine. But suddenly it stopped recognizing some gestures. I was always using built-in trackpad. But now my computer doesn't respond to tap or physical click. 3-finger gestures are not recognized as well.
A few hours before this, the computer was working fine. Then I left my laptop open for about 40 min. When I returned, it looked like the mouse button was clicked and stuck in the clicked state (I don't have a mouse, it is just how it looked like). Of course, I tried to stop it, but nothing helped... The laptop was unusable at all, so I just restarted it by holding power button.
When I connect a standard PC mouse, I get the same outcome - 2-finger tap, zooming, swiping work. But not clicking.
If I go to settings and set the secondary click to be the click in the right bottom corner of trackpad - this click is recognized.
Clicks are also recognized in login screen, but not recognized in recovery mode.
When I log in - clicks are detected, so I am able to log in. But it stops responding to clicks after that. Even when I log out, the clicks doesn't have any effect. I cannot login back!
I believe this is not a hardware problem and I can fix it as soon as possible. But how? I cleaned it, performed reboots, cannot reinstall OS though - simply cannot click "next"!
On the forums say that it might be a battery problem, but from the outside I don't see anything abnormal. And I cannot open the laptop and look at the battery.
How to make my laptop recognize clicks? Please, help me!
UPD: I added a few details.