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About 1 out of 5 times when I try to put my Macbook to sleep by either closing it or going to the Apple menu drop down it will not sleep, even after 15 or 20 minutes. Has anyone else experienced this?
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have you shut it down recently? it may just need a good restart.

you could also try running the maintenance scripts in a app like mainmenu or onyx.

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have you shut it down recently? it may just need a good restart.

you could also try running the maintenance scripts in a app like mainmenu or onyx.
Oh yeah. I shut it down at least once a day.
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