--- Comment #5 from Joseph Mingrone <> ---
Here is a workaround / solution for anyone in a similar situation.

Instead of disabling the trackpad in the BIOS add


to /boot/loader.conf

and in add


to /etc/sysctl.conf.

Note that I've only just set this up and checked that the trackpad is indeed
disabled and I've only done one suspend and resume to confirm the mouse
(wihtout the trackpad) works again.  I will update here if I see problems.

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