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On My macbook air, my FAN was running like hair dryer. Checked up Activity Monitor window and saw that a HP printer Process was running with 300% CPU utilisation. Realised that, half an hour back, i sent a print command to a HPInketjet printer (but had not connected the printer yet on USB). Instead of killing the process, I connected the Printer. After the ...


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Try this. It should work on 10.10.4 or later. Enter the following in Terminal and then restart your Mac: sudo defaults write /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.mDNSResponder.plist ProgramArguments -array-add -DisableSleepProxyClient


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Unfortunately, it sounds like your iPhone 4 has had it. If iTunes can't recognize it, then something is seriously wrong. The only thing I can think of is that the battery got disconnected, but that's not likely. The best thing to do is to sell "For Parts or Repair" on easy to pay for part of a used iPhone, but older models can be pretty inexpensive. A used ...


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Power Manager If you are happy to use a third party application, Power Manager can do exactly what you want. There are lots of recipes to help create your schedule. For your situation: Create a Scheduled Power On/Start Up Create a Scheduled Application Launch By default, Power Manager will power on a sleeping Mac to perform scheduled events. The recipe ...


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Here's code that will wait an amount of seconds before quitting the current application and going to sleep. delay (your amount of seconds here) tell application "System Events" key down {command} keystroke "q" key up {command} set volume "1" say "computer going to sleep" tell application "Finder" sleep end tell end ...


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the following is an alternative to the Automator solution posted by webaholic, for those who, like me, find inconvenient having to entering your password again (most likely you'll have just entered it to logon after waking your mac up). First, in Terminal, create a script that reloads the bluetooth subsystem: cat > bt_restart <<END #!/bin/bash ...


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From a Terminal, use the following command to disable hibernation: sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0 If you later want to enable hibernation, use: sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 3 If you want to free up the disk space used by hibernation, use the following command: sudo rm /var/vm/sleepimage Note: This file is automatically recreated as needed if ...



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