Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by verbal, Mar 14, 2006.
.."sleep when screen is closed?"
in the power settigns
Where? I've been all over power and display settings and I don't see an option.
I have the option to stop it from entering sleep mode in my energy saver settings, but it still goes to sleep when I close the cover.
I don't think you can do this via settings/prefs, but I believe there is some software crack out there that makes this possible.
yet the new macbook has this option and even suggests it when using it as a desktop at home. check their website.
Quoted from http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/graphics.html
It isn't the screen it is the processor that gets wack.
Powerbooks and MacBookPros allow you to do so, but not iBooks.
in order to run with the lid close, you need a seperate mouse and keyboard. connect them, and then hit any button and it'll wake up
its universal too
I believe it has to be on a/c power for this to work. I'll try later tonight