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    Has anyone had a problem with the sleep light since the latest update? My sleep light does not come on and pulsate anymore when the system goes to sleep. Any ideas?

    It is an iMac rev A 1.6 Ghz.
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    Guess no-one has experience this then?
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    no - mine has worked fine - my ibook g4

    try unplugging any usb hubs or cameras/scanners.

    it could work!

    chris tm

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    10.4.4? None here. Sleep light pulsing just fine...
    Oh, and, aahh, I'm going to have to go ahead and ask you to come in on Sunday, too...yeah

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    I thought the same thing. I bought my Mini and got the 10.4.4 update all in the same day. I read somewhere that the little light should pulsate when it's sleeping, but it never did.

    I wish I had it overnight before updating it, I could've seen whether or not it would pulsate in the first place.

    Either way, it doesn't now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyomii
    Has anyone had a problem with the sleep light since the latest update? My sleep light does not come on and pulsate anymore when the system goes to sleep. Any ideas?

    It is an iMac rev A 1.6 Ghz.
    ihave a rev B and it no longer pulses. My buddy has a rev C and it dosnt pulse either. maybe its just imacs

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    Revision C here and the light when going to sleep pulses like it did before the update. Don't know why some are not working.

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    Yeah it's weird. Mine's just pulsing fine too, iMac G5/isight, 10.4.4 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallooza
    ihave a rev B and it no longer pulses. My buddy has a rev C and it dosnt pulse either. maybe its just imacs
    OK guys if i hit the power button ta put it ta sleep the light flashes but if i let it do it itself the light just stays on. i dont get it.

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