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MacBook Pro will not wake up


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I have a MacBook Pro in a Henge dock driving multiple monitors and a USB remote keyboard. For some reason my MacBook Pro when inserted goes to sleep and cannot be awakened by the keyboard or the bluetooth trackpad. I know that I am getting a connection because I can move the windows around in the short period of time that it stays awake immediately after I put it in the dock. Any ideas out there??
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