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Edited by mgkwho - 1/2/13 at 8:20am
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The pulsing only starts happening once in stand-by mode. When it stays bright, it merely has the display activated. It's likely busy creating an image of the RAM's contents for Safe Sleep, so you should wait a few seconds, and after that, the pulsing will probably proceed.
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The pulsing only starts happening once in stand-by mode. When it stays bright, it merely has the display activated. It's likely busy creating an image of the RAM's contents for Safe Sleep, so you should wait a few seconds, and after that, the pulsing will probably proceed.

maybe its not going into stand-by...

i didn't plug it in overnight and today it was at 3% after closing it at around 90%...

I have checked all of the energy saver preferences and theyre all set okay...

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Something is preventing your 'book from sleeping then.

There's a number of things than can cause this, I've even heard about a printer driver (HP maybe?) that can prevent laptops from sleeping.

I'd google around, as this is a fairly common complaint, as far as laptops go. I'm afraid I can't help you much, but I'm sure someone here will have some things for you to check.
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