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ok so after i install 10.1.5 my system wont go to sleep somebody please tell me what is goin on it used to work before i updated it.
350Mhz
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G4 AGP :confused:
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You need to go in the Systhem Preferences and clic on the energy saver button see if its set to never as the option to go to sleep.
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This he tried and even manual sleep won't work. Any ideas?
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Do you have any PCI cards installed? Maybe there's a card that 10.1.5 doesn't recognise as being "sleepable"...

BTW, the G4 AGP, aka Sawtooth, never existed with a 350MHz G4. Only the very first G4 PCI, aka Yikes!, had a 350MHz G4. Both have a very different motherboard, maybe 10.1.5 has a problem with that...
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Do you have any PCI cards installed? Maybe there's a card that 10.1.5 doesn't recognise as being "sleepable"...

BTW, the G4 AGP, aka Sawtooth, never existed with a 350MHz G4. Only the very first G4 PCI, aka Yikes!, had a 350MHz G4. Both have a very different motherboard, maybe 10.1.5 has a problem with that...

your pretty smart i never knew that..it is an old g4 and i dont have any additional pci cards installed...the only card is the graphics card..i appreciate the knowledge..i guess maybe i should downgrade the os a few updates
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Well, it's more about doing research on the Net than being smart...
But thanks for the compliment

Sorry, can't help you more than that though...
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