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I have this problem too. My solution is to have an USB keyboard and mouse plus an external monitor and use my MacBook Pro merely as a desktop computer.

This
This worked nicely for more than a year, but somehow my problem got worse recently! At startup and login, I am no longer able to enter my password because keys are being typed in by it self ...
I have this problem too. My solution is to have an USB keyboard and mouse plus an external monitor and use my MacBook Pro merely as a desktop computer.

This
This worked nicely for more than a year, but somehow my problem got worse recently! At startup and login, I am no longer able to enter my password because keys are being typed in by it self ...
 
When I do get in somehow (after numerous retries...) I run the following command to disable my keyboard:
 
''sudo kextunload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleUSBTopCase.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleUSBTCKeyboard.kext/''
 
After this, the internal keyboard is disabled and I am able to use the system using the USB keyboard :-)
 
Now, I am looking for a way to have this shell command run automatically, at startup, BEFORE login.
 
Does anyone have an idea on how to do that? Should I use crontab?

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I have this problem too. My solution is to have an USB keyboard and mouse plus an external monitor and use the Macbookmy MacBook Pro merely as a desktop computer.
I have this problem too. My solution is to have an USB keyboard and mouse plus an external monitor and use the Macbookmy MacBook Pro merely as a desktop computer.
 
This worked nicely for more than a year, but somehow my problem got worse recently:

at
recently! At startup and login, I am no longer able to enter my password because keys are being typed in by it self ...
This worked nicely for more than a year, but somehow my problem got worse recently:

at
recently! At startup and login, I am no longer able to enter my password because keys are being typed in by it self ...
 
When I do get in somehow (after numerous retries...) I run the following command to disable my keyboard:
 
''sudo kextunload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleUSBTopCase.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleUSBTCKeyboard.kext/''
 
After this, the internal keyboard is disabled and I am able to use the Macsystem using the USB keyboard :-)
After this, the internal keyboard is disabled and I am able to use the Macsystem using the USB keyboard :-)
 
Now, I am looking for a way to have this shell command run automatically, at startup, BEFORE login.
 
AnyoneDoes anyone have an idea foron how to do that? Should I use crontab? How?
AnyoneDoes anyone have an idea foron how to do that? Should I use crontab? How?

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I have this problem too. My solution is to have an USB keyboard and mouse plus an external monitor and use the Macbook Pro merely as a desktop computer.
 
This worked nicely for more than a year, but somehow my problem got worse recently:
 
at startup and login, I am no longer able to enter my password because keys are being typed in by it self ...
 
When I do get in somehow (after numerous retries...) I run the following command to disable my keyboard:
 
''sudo kextunload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleUSBTopCase.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleUSBTCKeyboard.kext/''
 
After this, the internal keyboard is disabled and I am able to use the Mac using the USB keyboard :-)
After this, the internal keyboard is disabled and I am able to use the Mac using the USB keyboard :-)
 
NowNow, I am looking for a way to have this shell command run automatically, at startup, BEFORE login.
NowNow, I am looking for a way to have this shell command run automatically, at startup, BEFORE login.
 
Anyone have an idea for that? Should I use crontab? How?

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I have this problem too. My solution is to have an USB keyboard and mouse plus an external monitor and use the Macbook Pro merely as a desktop computer.

This worked nicely for more than a year, but somehow my problem got worse recently:

at startup and login, I am  no longer able to enter my password because  keys are being typed in by it self ...

When I do get in somehow (after numerous retries...) I run the following command to disable my keyboard:

''sudo kextunload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleUSBTopCase.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleUSBTCKeyboard.kext/''

After this, the internal keyboard is disabled and I am able to use the Mac :-)

Now I am looking for a way to have this shell command run automatically, at startup, BEFORE login.

Anyone have an idea for that? Should I use crontab? How?

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