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Hi all! I have a mac mini connected to my network for torrents, boxee, etc... When I boot it up it shows on the list of computers on my network for about 4 hours, after that it disappears from the list. I have set the computer to not sleep, but this doesnt seep to change the issue. Any suggestions?
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