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    Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    I have my Mac running with Lion OS and now all of sudden its acting really weird where the mouse and keyboard just acts on its own. I am doubting if someone is hacking my Mac? When I close all the application it will be ok for sometime but again the problem will come. Any idea why this is happening? Anyway to make it work properly as before?

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    Samuel Array
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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    Dear Friend...

    Not to worry.
    If it is a hacker issue, then the tracer could hack your whole MacBook device but as you describe your problem, it couldn't seem that.

    The issue is might be related to driver or your OS because weird reaction given by mouse and keyboard together is not possible.
    Try to uninstall the drivers of mouse and keyboard first and then re-install the drivers again. Now check your mouse and keyboard that whether they are reacting in the same way or not.

    If yes, then boot your OS once and then install the drivers again. If you still persist the same issue then it might be possible that the external device life has been over and either you buy the new devices and if they are in under warranty then replace or cross check it with your service center.

    Thank you...

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    Hello,

    dear i will tell you that if you are facing this type of problem then you
    have to boot your os and then install the drivers of the keyboard and mouse.
    If the problem is not solved then it means then the life of the both device is over
    and you have to replace them with new one from your service center if you have
    the warranty of them otherwise you have to pay their costs.
    Thanks..............

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    Hello sir
    i want to tell you plz check the keyboard and mouse and plug and play and restart you device and check keyboard and moue cable
    and use your problem solve
    Thanks.........

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say...................

    1.Firstly unplug your internet cable.

    2.Still if you have this problem then this is not a hacker problem.

    3.This was your keyboard and mouse drivers problem.

    4.So you try to update them to the latest version.

    5.Still if you have the problem then you perform the Restore using Time Machine.

    All the best...................

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    Hi.........,

    This is due to the issue in ---->
    * Either system software in device.
    * Apps of keyboard and mouse in device.
    * Wire issue can also cause this problem.

    --> See that wires and device is properly placed.
    --> Many time due t stretch in wire this problem is seen..
    --> Also see that device is not having freezing problem.
    --> Have the full version of the antivirus in device.
    --> Update the software of the device.
    --> This can be done by connecting to apple software online.
    --> You can then reset the Keyboard and mouse.

    Thanks

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    Hello my dear Friend ...


    Check for the Signal Interferences


    Make sure the Wireless KEYBOARD & MOUSE are Turned ON

    You need to Reset the BLUETOOTH device


    And then Restart the device

    Check for the Battery levels .. for checking it


    Go to the System preferences

    Click on the APPLE menu


    Click on the KEYBOARD & MOUSE from the View Menu

    Then you need to click on the BLUETOOTH tab


    There you can Check for the Battery levels .. and can solve the issue


    VERY GOOD LUCK

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    Hey..

    As you described , it seems that it is not hacked .

    it might be due to the weird reaction with the drivers related to the mouse and keyboard .


    re-installing the drivers might fix the issue . once check it out with .

    reconnect the mouse and keyboard .

    and restart your device , the issue will be fixed .




    Thanks a lot !!

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    Hello Buddy!!!!

    First of all, this is not hacking problem.

    This might be because of Keyboard and Mouse driver are not installed properly or may be corrupted.

    So install the Keyboard and Mouse again.

    Then restart the device and fix the issue.

    Thanks and All the best...............

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    Hello*******
    User*******
    ++++++++++++Try this method for this issue++++++++

    *********Open control panel from start screen of the mac system.

    *********Click on clock and region link.

    *********Under that Windows open keyboard window click on Tools.

    *********Now in this tools click on Option.

    *********After click on change keyboard options.

    *********Here Check all keyboard shortcuts setting.

    *********Now according to your choice you set all properties of key board.

    *********Click on Save button to confirm change


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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    1) firstly check all your wires and cables
    2) unplug all wires and plug them again
    3) this will surely help you
    4) if not then try to change your mouse and then trace your real problem
    5)switch off your mac
    6) restat your device again
    Hope this will be helpful to you

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    You should do the following things to correct your problems:-

    1.You see whether your mouse is connected correctly.

    2.Delete/uninstall all useless file folders and apps from your MAC.

    3.Restart then see whether your system key board and mouse problem removed.

    4.If your problem still persist then you are to format your device.

    Thank You,

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    At first, restart your system and check the keyboard and mouse, if it is ok then you don't need to do anything otherwise you have to check driver of keyboard and mouse and reinstall it.

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    Hello Friend,

    Just Follow Some Steps Are :

    >> I Have Read Your Problem But It's Not Look Like The Hacking Problem
    >> And May Be That Is The Issue Of The Driver
    >> So You Need To Re-Installed The Driver
    >> And Restart The PC
    >> Then Re-Connect The Mouse And Keyboard
    >> Then Start The Using After That You Have Seen That Type Of Issue.

    I Hope That Info Is Usefully

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    You should the connectivity of your mouse and keyboard with your mac.

    If there is any lose connection then repair it.

    If connections are ok then check the drivers of mouse and keyboard.

    Once uninstall the drivers and then install the drivers again.

    Also check weather there is not any virus problem in your mac.

    You can take them to service centre to check their funcationaty.

    If they works properly there then reinstalling drivers of keyboard and mouse will solve your problem.

    Otherwise you will need to buy new devices or exchange if there are in gurantee period.

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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    Hi Friend,
    Don't Worry,

    Once Check Your Plug and Cables Properly,
    If they are correct You May Follow this Procedure
    Control Panel-->
    Clock and Region Link-->
    Windows Open Keyboard window click on tools-->
    Change keyboard Option-->
    Check all keyboard Properties-->
    Set Properties-->
    Save.

    Thank you.,

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    ckanth Array
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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    Hi Friend,
    Don't Worry,

    Once Check Your Plug and Cables Properly,
    If they are correct You May Follow this Procedure
    Control Panel-->
    Clock and Region Link-->
    Windows Open Keyboard window click on tools-->
    Change keyboard Option-->
    Check all keyboard Properties-->
    Set Properties-->
    Save.

    Thank you.,

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    deepak.verma412 Array
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    Re: Keyboard and Mouse working on its own in Mac

    hi,

    dear i thinbk this is related to your mouse and hardware drivers
    so i think if you want to solve this then you have to update them of latest version.
    if you have this problem again then it is your mouse and keyboard hardware problem.
    so the only solution is that you have to replace them.
    thanks.

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