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Macbook - Sleep and Optical Drive issues??


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Hey loves!! Well, recently Macky has been acting weird again!! Whenever I'm done using it I just close it. When I close it, maybe 2 seconcds later, I hear the CD drive make a noise. It makes the noise as if it was WAKING up from sleep but I'm actually closing the lid not waking it up. So I wait alittle bit and then re open the lid and it doesn't wake up! I have to press a button or close and open the lid again. Should I be worried? It never used to do this before.

Normally, if the lid was closed and then I opened it, it would make the normal CD drive noise but now it's doing it when I'm closing the lid. How weird.

Help, please?

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