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Titel:

MacBook Pro TrackPad Scrolling Problem (click are ok but not scroll)

Text:

Hello. I have a strange problem with my Macbook Pro A1286 Core i5 2.4 Ghz and Trackpad.
 
The trackpad "click function" is good, but there is no way to resolve the problem of no scrolling.
 
I have try also to change the trackpad with a new one and to change also the entire trackpad cable but I haven't resolve my problem.
 
Try also to Reset PRAM and SMC but without any result.
 
Try also to Remove the battery ... nothing ...
 
So I have start to check the Macbook Mainboard for try to find something that can be the cause to the problem.
 
All it seem to be ok, but there is a small point that I would understand that can be the cause of all.
 
I attach some photos...you can find a "small" component that it seem to have a small break ...
 
So the question is:- "can be this component the cause of all ?".
 
Or do you have any idea about the solution of the problem ?
 
Thanks in advance for your help guys.
 
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Gerät:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Davide Ferrari ,

Titel:

MacBook Pro TrackPad Scrolling Problem (click are ok but not scroll)

Text:

Hello. I have a strange problem with my Macbook Pro A1286 Core i5 2.4 Ghz and Trackpad.
 
The trackpad "click function" is good, but there is no way to resolve the problem of no scrolling.
 
I have try also to change the trackpad with a new one and to change also the entire trackpad cable but I haven't resolve my problem.
 
Try also to Reset PRAM and SMC but without any result.
 
Try also to Remove the battery ... nothing ...
 
So I have start to check the Macbook Mainboard for try to find something that can be the cause to the problem.
 
All it seem to be ok, but there is a small point that I would understand that can be the cause of all.
 
I attach some photos...you can find a "small" component that it seem to have a small break ...
 
So the question is:- "can be this component the cause of all ?".
 
Or do you have any idea about the solution of the problem ?
 
Thanks in advance for your help guys.
 
[image|849846]
 
[image|849843]
 
=== Update (06/05/2016) ===
 
Other shots
 
[image|850184]
 
[image|850183]
 
[image|850178]

other shots

[image|850860]
[image|850862]
[image|850863]
[image|850864]
[image|850868]
[image|850869]
[image|850856]
[image|850178]

other shots

[image|850860]
[image|850862]
[image|850863]
[image|850864]
[image|850868]
[image|850869]
[image|850856]

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Davide Ferrari ,

Titel:

MacBook Pro TrackPad Scrolling Problem (click are ok but not scroll)

Text:

Hello. I have a strange problem with my Macbook Pro A1286 Core i5 2.4 Ghz and Trackpad.
 
The trackpad "click function" is good, but there is no way to resolve the problem of no scrolling.
 
I have try also to change the trackpad with a new one and to change also the entire trackpad cable but I haven't resolve my problem.
 
Try also to Reset PRAM and SMC but without any result.
 
Try also to Remove the battery ... nothing ...
 
So I have start to check the Macbook Mainboard for try to find something that can be the cause to the problem.
 
All it seem to be ok, but there is a small point that I would understand that can be the cause of all.
 
I attach some photos...you can find a "small" component that it seem to have a small break ...
 
So the question is:- "can be this component the cause of all ?".
 
Or do you have any idea about the solution of the problem ?
 
Thanks in advance for your help guys.
 
[image|849846]
 
[image|849843]
 
=== Update (06/05/2016) ===
 
Other shots
 
[image|850184]
 
[image|850183]
 
[image|850178]

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Dan ,

Titel:

MacBook Pro TrackPad Scrolling Problem (click are ok but not scroll)

Text:

Hello. I have a strange problem with my Macbook Pro A1286 Core i5 2.4 Ghz and Trackpad.
 
The trackpad "click function" is good, but there is no way to resolve the problem of no scrolling.
 
I have try also to change the trackpad with a new one and to change also the entire trackpad cable but I haven't resolve my problem.
 
Try also to Reset PRAM and SMC but without any result.
 
Try also to Remove the battery ... nothing ...
 
So I have start to check the Macbook Mainboard for try to find something that can be the cause to the problem.
 
All it seem to be ok, but there is a small point that I would understand that can be the cause of all.
 
I attach some photos...you can find a "small" component that it seem to have a small break ...
 
So the question is:- "can be this component the cause of all ?".
 
Or do you have any idea about the solution of the problem ?
 
Thanks in advance for your help guys.
 
[image|849842]
 
[image|849846]
 
[image|849843]

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Dan ,

Titel:

MacBook Pro TrackPad Scrolling Problem (click are ok but not scroll)

Text:

Hello. I have a strange problem with my Macbook Pro A1286 Core i5 2.4 Ghz and Trackpad.
 
The trackpad "click function" is good, but there is no way to resolve the problem of no scrolling.
 
I have try also to change the trackpad with a new one and to change also the entire trackpad cable but I haven't resolve my problem.
 
Try also to Reset PRAM and SMC but without any result.
 
Try also to Remove the battery ... nothing ...
 
So I have start to check the Macbook Mainboard for try to find something that can be the cause to the problem.
 
All it seem to be ok, but there is a small point that I would understand that can be the cause of all.
 
I attach some photos...you can find a "small" component that it seem to have a small break ...
 
So the question is:- "can be this component the cause of all ?".
 
Or do you have any idea about the solution of the problem ?
 
Thanks in advance for your help guys.
 
[image|849842]
 
[image|849846]
 
[image|849843]

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Dan ,

Titel:

MacBook Pro TrackPad Scrolling Problem (click are ok but not scroll)

Text:

Hello. I have a strange problem with my Macbook Pro A1286 Core i5 2.4 Ghz and Trackpad.
 
The trackpad "click function" is good, but there is no way to resolve the problem of no scrolling.
 
I have try also to change the trackpad with a new one and to change also the entire trackpad cable but I haven't resolve my problem.
 
Try also to Reset PRAM and SMC but without any result.
 
Try also to Remove the battery ... nothing ...
 
So I have start to check the Macbook Mainboard for try to find something that can be the cause to the problem.
 
All it seem to be ok, but there is a small point that I would understand that can be the cause of all.
 
I attach some photos...you can find a "small" component that it seem to have a small break ...
 
So the question is:- "can be this component the cause of all ?".
 
Or do you have any idea about the solution of the problem ?
 
Thanks in advance for your help guys.
 
[image|849842]
 
[image|849843]
 
[image|849845]
 
[image|849846]

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Dan ,

Titel:

MacBook Pro TrackPad Scrolling Problem (click are ok but not scroll)

Text:

Hello. I have a strange problem with my Macbook Pro A1286 Core i5 2.4 Ghz and Trackpad.

The trackpad  "click function" is good, but there is no way to resolve the problem of no scrolling.

I have try also to change the trackpad with a new one and to change also the entire trackpad cable but I haven't resolve my problem.

Try also to Reset PRAM and SMC but without any result.

Try also to Remove the battery ... nothing ...

So I have start to check the Macbook Mainboard for try to find something that can be the cause to the problem.

All it seem to be ok, but there is a small point that I would understand that can be the cause of all.

I attach some photos...you can find a "small" component that it seem to have a small break ...

So the question is:- "can be this component the cause of all ?".

Or do you have any idea about the solution of the problem ?

Thanks in advance for your help guys.

[image|849842]

[image|849843]

[image|849845]

[image|849846]

Gerät:

MacbookMacBook Pro 15'' Core i5 A128615" Unibody Mid 2010
MacbookMacBook Pro 15'' Core i5 A128615" Unibody Mid 2010

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Davide Ferrari ,

Titel:

MacBook Pro TrackPad Scrolling Problem (click are ok but not scroll)

Text:

Hello. I have a strange problem with my Macbook Pro A1286 Core i5 2.4 Ghz and Trackpad.
 
The trackpad "click function" is good, but there is no way to resolve the problem of no scrolling.
 
I have try also to change the trackpad with a new one and to change also the entire trackpad cable but I haven't resolve my problem.
 
Try also to Reset PRMAPRAM and SMC but without any result.
Try also to Reset PRMAPRAM and SMC but without any result.
 
Try also to Remove the battery ... nothing ...
 
So I have start to check the Macbook Mainboard for try to find something that can be the cause to the problem.
 
All it seem to be ok, but there is a small point that I would understand that can be the cause of all.
 
I attach some photos...you can find a "small" component that it seem to have a small break ...
 
So the question is:- "can be this component the cause of all ?".
 
Or do you have any idea about the solution of the problem ?
 
Thanks in advance for your help guys.
 
[image|849842]
 
[image|849843]
 
[image|849845]
 
[image|849846]

Gerät:

Macbook Pro 15'' Core i5 A1286 Mid 2010

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Davide Ferrari ,

Titel:

TrackPad ScrollMacBook Pro TrackPad Scrolling Problem (click isare ok but not scroll)
TrackPad ScrollMacBook Pro TrackPad Scrolling Problem (click isare ok but not scroll)

Text:

Hello. I have a strange problem with my Macbook Pro A1286 Core i5 2.4 Ghz and Trackpad.

The trackpad  "click function" is good, but there is no way to resolve the problem of no scrolling.

I have try also to change the trackpad with a new one and to change also the entire trackpad cable but I haven't resolve my problem.

Try also to Reset PRMA and SMC but without any result.

Try also to Remove the battery ... nothing ...

So I have start to check the Macbook Mainboard for try to find something that can be the cause to the problem.

All it seem to be ok, but there is a small point that I would understand that can be the cause of all.

I attach some photos...you can find a "small" component that it seem to have a small break ...

So the question is:- "can be this component the cause of all ?".

Or do you have any idea about the solution of the problem ?

Thanks in advance for your help guys.

[image|849842]

[image|849843]

[image|849845]

[image|849846]

Gerät:

Macbook Pro 15'' Core i5 A1286 Mid 2010

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Davide Ferrari ,

Titel:

TrackPad Scroll Problem (click is ok but not scroll)

Text:

Hello. I have a strange problem with my Macbook Pro A1286 Core i5 2.4 Ghz and Trackpad.

The trackpad  "click function" is good, but there is no way to resolve the problem of no scrolling.

I have try also to change the trackpad with a new one and to change also the entire trackpad cable but I haven't resolve my problem.

Try also to Reset PRMA and SMC but without any result.

Try also to Remove the battery ... nothing ...

So I have start to check the Macbook Mainboard for try to find something that can be the cause to the problem.

All it seem to be ok, but there is a small point that I would understand that can be the cause of all.

I attach some photos...you can find a "small" component that it seem to have a small break ...

So the question is:- "can be this component the cause of all ?".

Or do you have any idea about the solution of the problem ?

Thanks in advance for your help guys.

[image|849842]

[image|849843]

[image|849845]

[image|849846]

Gerät:

Macbook Pro 15'' Core i5 A1286 Mid 2010

Status:

open