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Version actuelle par : oldturkey03 (détails du vote) ,

Titre:

12" PowerBook does not wake from sleep

Texte:

Dear fellows,

my A1104 doesn't wake from sleep any more. When it goes to sleep, the sleep light begins to flash for a fraction of a second and then goes off. At that point I have to reset the PMU (ctrl-shift-opt-power) in most cases to power on again.

Initially, this happened only with the (almost dead, just enough capacity to boot) original battery place, even when running on mains. After a few days it also happened with a aftermarket battery with ~40 cycles and also with no battery installed.

Things I tried:

* two different batteries, but also mains only
* bring to sleep via lid close/menu/command line
* removed every unneeded peripheral, including AirPort card and RAM extension
* boot with a fresh OS X 10.5 installation from external Firewire disk
* boot with Gentoo Live CD
* zapped PRAM

Should I try to get another DC-to-DC-board?

Anything else to try?

Appareil:

PowerBook G4 Aluminum 12" 1-1.5 GHz

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Message d'origine par : Michael Klein ,

Titre:

12" PowerBook does not wake from sleep

Texte:

Dear fellows,

my A1104 doesn't wake from sleep any more. When it goes to sleep, the sleep light begins to flash for a fraction of a second and then goes off. At that point I have to reset the PMU (ctrl-shift-opt-power) in most cases to power on again.

Initially, this happened only with the (almost dead, just enough capacity to boot) original battery place, even when running on mains. After a few days it also happened with a aftermarket battery with ~40 cycles and also with no battery installed.

Things I tried:

* two different batteries, but also mains only
* bring to sleep via lid close/menu/command line
* removed every unneeded peripheral, including AirPort card and RAM extension
* boot with a fresh OS X 10.5 installation from external Firewire disk
* boot with Gentoo Live CD
* zapped PRAM

Should I try to get another DC-to-DC-board?

Anything else to try?

Appareil:

PowerBook G4 Aluminum 12" 1-1.5 GHz

Statut:

open