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Waking up MBP and Time Capsule causing a quick "ripple affect" across my screen


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Hi all,



When I wake my MBP up from sleep mode I can hear this slight little noise in my Time Capsule like it's waking up to. After this happens there are a few quick "ripple affect" lines that quickly go across the top of my screen. Anyone ever hear of this?
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