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Since yesterday, everytime i close my MacBook, it shuts off, or restarts. When I open it, it does the whole restart thing, and brings me to my login screen. I havent made it do this, and i dont think there is a setting to do it.

Any help?
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My MBP does this occasionally as well. I'm interested to hear an answer on this one.
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It happens sometimes, only once for me thank god. Not sure what the problem is exactly.
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Dang, that sucks, it stopped for now, but I think its gonna happen agian.
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It only happens under certain conditions and I realized what those conditions were when it actually happened but it hasn't happened in so long I can't remember. I'll try to replicate it and see when it happens, I think it's when something taxing is running.
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