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    Question Disabling Safe Sleep questions
    Is it safe to disable Safe Sleep (using this MacOSXhints article: http://www.macosxhints.com/article.p...302210328928)?
    Will I encounter any problems? Also, will there be any problems if I update my system (like to 10.5.1 or anything). Thanks.
    By the way, my MacBook is running Mac OS X Leopard.

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    I disabled safe sleep on my MacBook using that hint about 6 months ago, and have had no problems so far (I put it to sleep multiple times a day). It's a great tip, my laptop sleeps much quicker than it used to, which is more meaningful to me than having the session written to the harddrive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visualpurple View Post
    I disabled safe sleep on my MacBook using that hint about 6 months ago, and have had no problems so far (I put it to sleep multiple times a day). It's a great tip, my laptop sleeps much quicker than it used to, which is more meaningful to me than having the session written to the harddrive.
    Ok, thanks.

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