Originally Posted by Dr Millmoss
I still suggest you try setting a sleep time and seeing if it works.
If by "set a sleep time" you mean set it to sleep after X minutes of inactivity, that works just fine.
Originally Posted by Kali
I also experienced this problem a few times with an Mac mini. I never knew why.
Generic problem with 10.6.6? Sometimes my iMac will wake up a few seconds after I put it to sleep, before I've even had...
One of the problems I have with flash thumb drives is that when you've been using them for a while, all the memory cells become "dirty". When that happens, writes to the drive become slow as molasses as the drive is forced to...
Originally Posted by zeph
The way it was explained to me is that very few applications take advantage of the multi-core/multi-thread capabilities of the current CPU's. As such it may make more sense to buy a single-CPU with...
I have a late 2010 iMac, and sometimes it spontaneously wakes up, usually within a minute or two of being put to sleep. Other times it spontaneously wakes up during the night. I can tell because if it's waking up from a true sleep, the...
Originally Posted by waytogobuddy
real question is where will Ive's reductionism take us next? From translucent blue and white to angled aluminium and glass, to an amorphous silver shatterproof unibody ?
Looks great, but it...
Originally Posted by wizard69
ARM hardware is designed for very low power points commensurate with good performance. They don't even remotely play with in desktop territory and honestly aren't even 64 bit.
I'm pretty sure...