G5 Not Turn on with Mouse Click?

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  1. illegalprelude macrumors 68000

    illegalprelude

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    alright you guys, ive looked all over and cannot find anything in the prefrences of OSX. I have 10.4.6.

    My problem is the fact the PMG5 turns on with the mouse being clicked when its been put to sleep. Normally, this hasent been a problem for the last 3 years but I just got two new kittens and they like to go everywhere. At nights, I usually let my G5 sleep and they jump on the desk and walk over the mouse or so and in middle of my sleep, i hear it Rev Up and brightness comes from there. 1st time I thought maybe it was a portal or something but it was just 4:30 in the morning, pitch black except my LCD screen being bright as all hell. :D

    So anyways to just have it turn on from touching the screen or the power button on the PMG5, instead of the mouse too?
     
  2. TDM21 macrumors 6502a

    TDM21

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    Just be glad you don't have a trackball mouse. The slightest movement will cause them to turn my G4 on. I resorted to runing the mouse upside down before going to bed.
     
  3. smwatson macrumors 6502a

    smwatson

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    A possible solution may be to not let your kittens jump all over your G5 :p or, you could just unplug your mouse
     
  4. portent macrumors 6502a

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    1. Get rid of your cats ;)


    2. Get a wireless mouse, and when you're done for the day, put it in a drawer or on a high shelf.
     
  5. illegalprelude thread starter macrumors 68000

    illegalprelude

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    :p bah! I was hoping I was just missing some kind of feature. Well thats kinda odd, seemed like such a simple idea in a prefrence to be able to to choose how to wake up your unit. I mean hell, you can tell it to wake up when you plug stuff via Ethernet Cord and such but cant controlt he mouse :confused:


    hahah yea, about the cats, last thing they do is listen to me :eek: 2 Kittens @ 12 weeks just like to run wild :D
     

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