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on the energy preferrences I put that under ac power the display shut off in 15min and the system in 3hrs. however as soon as the display turns of my limewire shuts down. I been trying to download a big file and it keeps shutting down. anyway to keep the programs from shutting down ? btw I am not closing the lid
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That's because you're using Limewire. First, you shouldn't discuss that here. Second, you shouldn't be downloading things illegally. If you must download things illegally, you should pick a better client.
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That's because you're using Limewire. First, you shouldn't discuss that here. Second, you shouldn't be downloading things illegally. If you must download things illegally, you should pick a better client.
theres nothing ilegal about limewire, only if you download copyrighted material and I dont. besides im not asking for advice on the actual program, its a MBP concern
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Switch your energy preferences to "Never" then change it back after you finish downloading such large files.

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