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I've noticed a few of these happenings: reviving from sleep requires a touch of the on/off button in back and a return to sleep (requiring a touch of on/off button) just after awakening using the normal keyboard. No new software added. Have increased RAM to 16GB, but the re-wakening oddity had started previously. Any ideas?
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