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New TiBook won't wake up after sleep

Message #1 - Posted 2001/11/10 - Bill Foonman

My new TiBook with OS9.2 won't wake up after sleep.

Apple/Control/Power (restart) wakes it up again and Disk First Aid does it's stuff.

I'm trying Sleeper instead of Energy Saver but the same thing happens.

I didn't have this issue with my Lombard.

Any ideas?

Message #2 - Posted 2001/11/11 - René A. Vega

Bill Foonman wrote:

My new TiBook with OS9.2 won't wake up after sleep.

...and this is with a stock 9.2 system? Did you remove or disable any extensions or libraries, say the Multiprocessing folder or the "Apple CPU plugin" file within that folder? It supports sleep/wake, cache management, low level power management as well as interprocessor signalling. Many people mistakenly remove it thinking it is unnecessary on uniprocessor systems.

Rene'

Message #3 - Posted 2001/11/12 - Fred Annesley

On 11/11/01 6:01 PM, in article 3BEE3010.B4EA117@spamcop.net, René A. Vega wrote:

Bill Foonman wrote:

My new TiBook with OS9.2 won't wake up after sleep.

...and this is with a stock 9.2 system? Did you remove or disable any extensions or libraries, say the Multiprocessing folder or the "Apple CPU plugin" file within that folder? It supports sleep/wake, cache management, low level power management as well as interprocessor signalling. Many people mistakenly remove it thinking it is unnecessary on uniprocessor systems.

Rene'

I have an iMac 500 with OS9.2/OS X.0.4 and when I put it to sleep it won't wake regardless; it freezes. So I turn it off at the wall and then reboot. Yet in OSX it sleeps and wakes just fine.

Message #4 - Posted 2001/11/12 - Ben Bussey

Fred Annesley <Fred_Annesley@bigpond.com> wrote in message news:<B815F747.307B%Fred_Annesley@bigpond.com>...

On 11/11/01 6:01 PM, in article 3BEE3010.B4EA117@spamcop.net, René A. Vega wrote:

Bill Foonman wrote:

My new TiBook with OS9.2 won't wake up after sleep.

...and this is with a stock 9.2 system? Did you remove or disable any extensions or libraries, say the Multiprocessing folder or the "Apple CPU plugin" file within that folder? It supports sleep/wake, cache management, low level power management as well as interprocessor signalling. Many people mistakenly remove it thinking it is unnecessary on uniprocessor systems.

Rene'

I have an iMac 500 with OS9.2/OS X.0.4 and when I put it to sleep it won't wake regardless; it freezes. So I turn it off at the wall and then reboot. Yet in OSX it sleeps and wakes just fine.

I have a Pismo firewire powerbook. With 9.2.1 installed it worked fine. I installed 10.1. now it won't wake from sleep when booted in 9.2.1. It does wake from sleep when in 10.1 mode.

Ben

Message #5 - Posted 2001/11/12 - René A. Vega

Ben Bussey wrote:

I have a Pismo firewire powerbook. With 9.2.1 installed it worked fine. I installed 10.1. now it won't wake from sleep when booted in 9.2.1. It does wake from sleep when in 10.1 mode.

This looks to a firmware update problem, something the 10.1 installer did perhaps. Time to rummage through the Apple web site.

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