Macbook won't go to sleep fast.

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by ethan028, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. ethan028 macrumors 6502a

    ethan028

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    #1
    When I close my lid to my macbook It takes a while to go to sleep. The culprit here is.


    pid 616(coreaudiod): [0x0000000100000a07] 00:00:00 NoIdleSleepAssertion named: "com.apple.audio.'AppleHDAEngineOutput:1B,0,1,2:0'.noidlesleep"
    pid 68(apsd): [0x0000000c000009e9] 00:00:05 ApplePushServiceTask named: "com.apple.apsd-waitingformessages-sandbox.push.apple.com"
    Timeout will fire in: 14.6 Action=TimeoutActionTurnOff
    pid 68(apsd): [0x0000000c000009eb] 00:00:05 ApplePushServiceTask named: "com.apple.apsd-waitingformessages-push.apple.com"
    Timeout will fire in: 14.6 Action=TimeoutActionTurnOff


    So Apple audio and apple push service...how do i fix this?

    Thanks

    Ethan
     
  2. bobcan macrumors 6502a

    bobcan

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    Hmmmm..

    Does it ever NOT go to sleep when you do that..??

    And if that has yet to happen, then why worry.. :cool:

    Close it and Carry On with whatever you'd rather be doing.. Methinks.. .. :apple:
     
  3. Macman45 macrumors demi-god

    Macman45

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    Slow sleep, and slow shutdowns are known issues in 10.8.2...Frustarting at times, but I'm getting used to it. Hopefully a fix will be forthcoming in the next round of updates.
     
  4. Mrbobb macrumors 601

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    I just close the lid and walk away. It's like a mainframe computer, u don't pull the plug, it has to come down on its own time. :)
     
  5. ethan028 thread starter macrumors 6502a

    ethan028

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    Well what happens when I close it is then I carry it...And the harddrive is still spinning.
     
  6. bobcan macrumors 6502a

    bobcan

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    If you are worried you may 'beat it about' perhaps you could use the:

    'Option+Command+Escape' method..

    That is what I have done for the past 4 years.. No Troubles, but have never dropped it on its head either!!

    :D
     

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