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Sleep on Pismo
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john Curtis
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Jan 25, 2002, 06:55 PM
 
I have X 10.12 running on a Pismo Powerbook (386 RAM). Powerbook will sleep if I close lid or select sleep and it wakes fine. But ipowerbook will not automatically go to sleep at time set in energy saver. It will dim and then provide a blank screen - but the hard disk keeps running.
Again wakes without crash - but automatic sleep not working -- worked ok when I first installed 10.1 -- any suggestions?
     
eno
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Jan 25, 2002, 10:11 PM
 
On a related note, sleeping a Pismo appears to disrupt the volume-level arrangements -- at least it does in my case with external harman/kardon SoundSticks connected via USB.

Keyboard volume keys work, but app volume levels remain unaffected. Often they only respond to the menu bar extra volume control, or the Sound preference pane.
     
Scrod
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Jan 25, 2002, 10:32 PM
 
I sleep on my bed--not on my Pismo, thank you very much.
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mattmarshall
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Jan 26, 2002, 12:53 AM
 
Originally posted by eno:
<STRONG>On a related note, sleeping a Pismo appears to disrupt the volume-level arrangements -- at least it does in my case with external harman/kardon SoundSticks connected via USB.

Keyboard volume keys work, but app volume levels remain unaffected. Often they only respond to the menu bar extra volume control, or the Sound preference pane.</STRONG>
i don't have this volume problem at all.....must be particular to soundsticks.....

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