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    CodeSamurai's Avatar
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    Macbook Pro - 15.4" 1680x1050 Antiglare - 2.7Ghz Quad Core i7 - 8GB RAM - 750GB 7200RPM HDD
    Problem with unplugging
    My girlfriend has a C2D 2.0 Ghz White macbook and everytime she unplugs it from its powersource, the screen goes black. Moving the mouse makes it come back on, but it's just an odd thing to happen. It doesn't go to sleep, the screen just goes completely black. Anyone know a way to make that not happen? Thanks!

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    has it been restarted since?
    you could try cleaning all the system caches with onyx, restarting and then see if it still does it. hopefully this is just a weird glitch and not the start of a power management problem.
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