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Thu Nov 15, 2007 6:37 pm Post
antony wrote: How do you put it to sleep? With the Apple menu, I guess? Do you wait for it to sleep before leaving the room?
 Go to your Energy Saver control panel in System Preferences, and click on the Options tab. Are either of the "wake options" checked? They will wake your computer from sleep if certain things happen.
Thu Nov 15, 2007 7:15 pm Post
AndreasE wrote:There is only one wake-up option, and yes, it's switched on. (I'm still on Tiger.) I don't know how it's named in English, in German it's "bei administrativen Ethernet Netzwerk-Zugriffen aufwachen". "Is it advisable to turn this option off?", asked the former Windows-user anxiously...
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Sun Nov 18, 2007 3:36 am Post
djbutt wrote:I've found that if I select "sleep" then shut the lid of my laptop without waiting for the computer to go completely asleep (hearing the hd spin down and the sleep light to go on), it often gets confused and goes into Keith's false sleep mode, running out the battery sometimes, and just generally needing to be rebooted to work.
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