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iMac - Sleep Mode Problems

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Running 10.5 on a G5 Imac, 1.8ghz, 1gb ram. Before installing leopard, every-time I would put the computer to sleep I couldn't wake it, having to resort to restarting it. Now, with leopard installed, if I put it to sleep manually, it just shuts down. Any suggestions? In every other way my machine is working fine.
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