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No, but you can get the same effect as I use this app to keep my mac running for a back up at night time http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/37991/nosleep
If your MacBook Air has flash storage, supports Power Nap and is connected to a power adapter at night, then it will back up to Time Machine when in sleep. If any of these criteria is not met, then the backup will not take place. A firmware update is required for the late-2010 MacBook Air to support Power Nap. Make sure that all updates are installed in the ...
I suggest using a daemon like SleepWatcher. Once you’ve installed SleepWatcher (ref. the README included with it), you can run commands like the following. /usr/local/sbin/sleepwatcher -s /path/to/sleepscript -w /path/to/wakeupscript The script #!/bin/sh osascript -e 'quit app "Mail"' will quit Mail, and the script #!/bin/sh open -a ...
Apple does not use the term “hibernate”, so I assume you mean “sleep”. Macs that support Power Nap can make Time Machine backups while they’re in sleep. This includes the late 2010 MacBook Air. Apple offers a support article subtitled “Learn about Power Nap and which Macs can use it” which says: About Power Nap While sleeping, Power Nap allows ...
I had a similar problem with the fan running at high speed all the time. I opened up Activity Monitor and discovered that the "Dashboard" app was taking up some 60%+ of CPU. I deleted all the windows in the Dashboard and the problem was solved. So clearly I and perhaps others need to be judicious in their use of Dashboard Apps. May solve other people's ...
Mikaey's solution on the apple support forum: Turn your WiFi off Try re-connecting to your bluetooth devices (should work) Turn WiFi back on This has solved the issue for me.
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