Hello, When I close my macbook lid after about 15 seconds the logo on the outside flashes like the laptop has woken itself up again. it does this repeatedly and the only way to stop it is to shut down the computer completely. I've been searching the web for answers and there seem to be many people having the same problem. One website suggested typing something in terminal. I'm pretty amateur when it comes to computers. But this comes up: Usage: pmset [-b | -c | -u | -a] <action> <minutes> [<action> <minutes>...] pmset -g [disk | cap | live | sched | ups | batt] -c adjust settings used while connected to a charger -b adjust settings used when running off a battery -u adjust settings used while running off a UPS -a (default) adjust settings for both <action> is one of: displaysleep, sleep, disksleep (minutes argument) or: reduce, dps, womp, ring, autorestart, powerbutton, halfdim, lidwake, acwake, lessbright (with a 1 or 0 argument) or for UPS only: haltlevel (with a percentage argument) haltafter, haltremain (with a minutes argument) or: hibernatefile <path> hibernatemode <integer> hibernatefreeratio <integer percent> hibernatefreetime <integer ms> eg. pmset -c dim 5 sleep 15 spindown 10 autorestart 1 womp 1 pmset schedule [cancel] <type> <date/time> [owner] pmset repeat cancel pmset repeat <type> <days of week> <time> <type> is one of: sleep, wake, poweron, shutdown, wakeorpoweron <date/time> is in "MM/dd/yy HH:mm:ss" format <time> is in "HH:mm:ss" format <days of week> is a subset of MTWRFSU [owner] optionally describes the event creator the parts I've put in bold concerned me. Does this mean something?