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I have a mac mini G4 running 10.3. For some reason when I put my mac mini to sleep the programs preferences get screwed up, so for some reason aim and safari will not open until I delet their preferences. Also it will not go to sleep by itself instead it remain awake untill I tell it to sleep. I have it set to sleep in a hour. I am considering upgrading to leopard, do you think this is a software issue and what should I do to fix it?
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-Zack
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