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Problem with Mac going to sleep.


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Hello all,

I require some assistance with my MacBook Pro 15 Inch. The issue is that the screen keeps going black, even when you're not touching it and while you're using it. It does it randomly, and isn't all the time. Does anyone have any idea of what the cause is?

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When the macbook screen goes black, what do you do to remedy this? Do you just move the mouse and it comes back on? If so go to System Preferences > Energy Saver and move the slide to when you want the screen to sleep.

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