Does it do it when on 9.2? Does it do it when you don't have any of the
non-stock stuff plugged in? In the pc world, this kind of stuff often
happens when a device driver was poorly written and doesn't properly
respond to the sleep or wake-up commands.
Garner Miller wrote:
> I have an odd one: Whenever I wake my iMac Flat-panel 800MHz, running
> 10.2.6, I'm greeted by a grey screen if it's been asleep for any length
> of time. Overnight, I'm guaranteed to get it. If I put it to sleep
> and wake it ...