In article <mcmurtri-615814.21235421072003typhoon.sonic.net>,
Kevin McMurtrie <mcmurtrisonic.net> wrote:
Certain (actually many) older PCI cards will interfere with deep sleep.> In article <b133d89.0307210859.5cb19d56posting.google.com> ,
> [email]stevenkan.org[/email] (Steven Kan) wrote:
>> >My G4/450DP running 10.2.6 will deep-sleep if I press the power button
> >or if I select Sleep from the Apple menu, but if I just let it sit
> >there for 30-60 minutes, it only goes into light sleep (e.g. screen
> >goes dark and drives spin down, but the fans stay on).
> >I checked my Energy Saver settings, and "Separate sleep" and "Spin
> >down HDs" are both un-checked.
> >Anything else to look at? Thanks!
> >[please see related post about telnet sleeping!]
SCSI cards, video cards, etc. xlr8yourmac.com trys to keep track of some
of them, and is a good place to get familiar with the issue.
Also, some hubs and other peripherals can interfere with deep sleep. Try
this: strip the machine back to stock, set sleep to 1 minute, then start
adding back devices until you find the culprit.
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