Workarounds/Fixes Posted for Sleeping Problems with Mac Notebooks

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Date: Tuesday, January 30th, 2007, 07:18
Category: News

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The folks over at MacFixIt have posted a full tutorial guide for iBooks, PowerBooks, MacBooks and MacBook Pro laptops exhibiting problems sleeping. These problems typically include the computer not sleeping or waking up when the lid is closed, the fan running overtime and the computer eventually shutting down or waking up from sleep with a black screen and being completely unresponsive.
These problems affect both PowerPC and Intel-based Macintosh notebooks and are often caused by interaction problems with USB, Firewire, Bluetooth, display and power connections with various forms of software problems also contributing to the problems.
The guide offers full advice as to how to properly connect and reconnect devices, which settings to enable or disable (Bluetooth devices may need to be turned off or unpaired for the notbook to sleep properly, which devices such as PCI cards and internal components can prevent sleep and what system settings to configure for this to be avoided.
For the full article, click here.
If you have any comments, feedback or experiences of your own, let us know.


mbp.jpg
The folks over at MacFixIt have posted a full tutorial guide for iBooks, PowerBooks, MacBooks and MacBook Pro laptops exhibiting problems sleeping. These problems typically include the computer not sleeping or waking up when the lid is closed, the fan running overtime and the computer eventually shutting down or waking up from sleep with a black screen and being completely unresponsive.
These problems affect both PowerPC and Intel-based Macintosh notebooks and are often caused by interaction problems with USB, Firewire, Bluetooth, display and power connections with various forms of software problems also contributing to the problems.
The guide offers full advice as to how to properly connect and reconnect devices, which settings to enable or disable (Bluetooth devices may need to be turned off or unpaired for the notbook to sleep properly, which devices such as PCI cards and internal components can prevent sleep and what system settings to configure for this to be avoided.
For the full article, click here.
If you have any comments, feedback or experiences of your own, let us know.

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