|Jan 1, 2012, 02:58 PM||#1|
MacBook won't stay asleep
I have a 2006 1.83 Core Duo MacBook with 2 GB RAM that won't stay asleep, either when just shutting the cover or when I choose Sleep from the Apple Menu.
I've reset the SMC and PRAM, Repaired Disk Permissions, Verify Disk ✓ and rebuilt the directory with Disk Warrior.
Previously I reformatted the hard drive and did a clean install of Snow Leopard 10.6.8 getting it ready for sale.
I will aprreciate any healing thoughts.
|Jan 1, 2012, 11:04 PM||#3|
Open up System Preferences and see if Bluetooth shows up in there. If it doesn't, your Bluetooth module is having issues. It's a common problem on these machines. If you're up to it, open the little bugger up, reseat the Bluetooth module, and it should be good to go for a while. My old Core Duo kept doing, and I got tired of opening it up every few months, so I just removed the Bluetooth module altogether. If you actually use Bluetooth though (I don't), you'll just want to reseat it.
Guide to getting to the Bluetooth module
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