|Oct 21, 2013, 11:04 AM||#28|
worked for me too
Changing the pmset thingy numbers for two of the settings worked for me.
I have a 2012iMac with blue tooth key board, hard wired Wacom tablet and a blue tooth touch pad.
The worst I get is around a 5 second delay till the mouse kicks in from the Wacom tablet.
Otherwise insatnt creen no matter how long asleep.
|Oct 31, 2013, 05:45 AM||#29|
What's the difference between autopoweroff and standby? And what's the difference between autopoweroffdelay and standbydelay? Seems like the same thing
Mid-2012 13" MacBook Pro, i5 2.5GHz, 16GB RAM, 250GB SSD, Mavericks ; 16GB Space Gray iPhone 5S, iOS 7.0.4
|Nov 19, 2013, 01:14 PM||#30|
Wired keyboard won't wake
I recently bought the newest iMac (3.4GHz, 32Gb RAM, 3Tb Fusion Drive) and it did the same thing as it was discussed above. Wake up time was much longer than rebooting, so I've tried the solution provided by you guys. I entered the two command (sudo pmset autopoweroff 0" and "sudo pmset standby 0") and it did resolve the problem, but in quite a strange way. After that I wasn't able to wake the computer with a wired keyboard, just with the power button and strangely a white screen appeared with a progress bar, same as on the MacBooks which are going into hibernation mode. However, even with that the computer woke up much faster than before. I just don't get it how it is possible to be in hibernation mode when that option is turned off by default.
I've figured it out that if I change the standby option back to 1, the white screen disappears and the computer wakes. At this point you might want to ask, so what is the problem then?
The problem is, that I can't wake the iMac with a wired keyboard after a certain amount of time (around 15 minutes). The only way to wake is to push the power button. Which is rather strange in my opinion.
Any idea what causes this? Why it is impossible to wake with a keyboard plugged in?
My pmset -g settings are the following:
AC Power -1*
Currently in use:
Thank you for your help!
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