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MacBook restarts when closing lid

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Recently I built an SSD (128GB Samsung 470) into a late 2007 Macbook, and swapped the old HDD with the Superdrive, I used Carbon Copy Cloner to transfer the system, Desktop, Applications, Library and System is on the SSD, user folders on the HDD symlinked to the SSD home folder. Everything works fine, except when I close the lid the computer restarts.
 
Before I noticed this, I tried to move the sleep image to the hdd to save space on the ssd with the following command:
 
sudo pmset -a hibernatefile /Volumes/DATA/sleepimage
 
I started to notice this problem, so I formatted the SSD and restored a previous backup with the original settings, and deleted the sleepimage from DATA.
 
However the problem is still there, so I think it wasn't because I messed with the location of the hibernation file.
 
Now, I tried EVERYTHING that I can think of (except fresh install which I don't really want to do):
 
- reset PRAM and SMC
 
- Diskwarrior
 
- disabled hibernation completely in Terminal and deleted the sleepimage file
 
- SmartSleep
 
When I choose sleep from the apple menu or use the sleep and hibernate command from SmartSleep, it works fine, the problem seems to be connected with closing the lid. And if I close the lid and let it reboot several times, it doesn't want to restart anymore just grey screen or restarts again and again, unless I do an SMC reset.
 
Any solution? It would be much appreciated!
 
UPDATE: I did a fresh Snow Leopard install to the external drive and does the same. So is it a hardware issue or just the setup? What can be the problem which effects the lid closing only? If I put the computer to sleep manually and then close the lid it wakes up without a problem. Also the magnet is definitely in the display frame.
 
UPDATE 2: After extensive research, I found the problem is in the SSD/HDD combination - Optibay setup, many people have the same issue and nobody could even track the problem down, it works with some drives, with others it doesn't.
 
BEST SOLUTION: I found NoSleep, which is a kernel extension:
 
http://modmyi.com/content/6922-nosleep-lets-your-macbook-run-even-when-closed.html
 
(the only one which works under Lion) to prevent sleep when closing the lid, so I can do it manually when I want and then close the lid. Also, manual sleep is instant now, no lag at all!

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MacBook Core 2 Duo

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MacBook restarts when closing lid

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MacBook Late 2007

Recently
Recently I built an SSD (128GB Samsung 470) into a late 2007 Macbook, and swapped the old HDD with the Superdrive, I used Carbon Copy Cloner to transfer the system, Desktop, Applications, Library and System is on the SSD, user folders on the HDD symlinked to the SSD home folder. Everything works fine, except when I close the lid the computer restarts. Before
Before
I noticed this, I tried to move the sleep image to the hdd to save space on the ssd with the following command:
MacBook Late 2007

Recently
Recently I built an SSD (128GB Samsung 470) into a late 2007 Macbook, and swapped the old HDD with the Superdrive, I used Carbon Copy Cloner to transfer the system, Desktop, Applications, Library and System is on the SSD, user folders on the HDD symlinked to the SSD home folder. Everything works fine, except when I close the lid the computer restarts. Before
Before
I noticed this, I tried to move the sleep image to the hdd to save space on the ssd with the following command:
 
sudo pmset -a hibernatefile /Volumes/DATA/sleepimage
 
I started to notice this problem, so I formatted the SSD and restored a previous backup with the original settings, and deleted the sleepimage from DATA. However
However
the problem is still there, so I think it wasn't because I messed with the location of the hibernation file. Now
Now
, I tried EVERYTHING that I can think of (except fresh install which I don't really want to do):
I started to notice this problem, so I formatted the SSD and restored a previous backup with the original settings, and deleted the sleepimage from DATA. However
However
the problem is still there, so I think it wasn't because I messed with the location of the hibernation file. Now
Now
, I tried EVERYTHING that I can think of (except fresh install which I don't really want to do):
 
- reset PRAM and SMC
 
- Diskwarrior
 
- disabled hibernation completely in Terminal and deleted the sleepimage file
 
- SmartSleep
 
When I choose sleep from the apple menu or use the sleep and hibernate command from SmartSleep, it works fine, the problem seems to be connected with closing the lid. And if I close the lid and let it reboot several times, it doesn't want to restart anymore just grey screen or restarts again and again, unless I do an SMC reset. Any
Any
solution? It would be much appreciated!
When I choose sleep from the apple menu or use the sleep and hibernate command from SmartSleep, it works fine, the problem seems to be connected with closing the lid. And if I close the lid and let it reboot several times, it doesn't want to restart anymore just grey screen or restarts again and again, unless I do an SMC reset. Any
Any
solution? It would be much appreciated!
 
UPDATE: I did a fresh Snow Leopard install to the external drive and does the same. So is it a hardware issue or just the setup? What can be the problem which effects the lid closing only? If I put the computer to sleep manually and then close the lid it wakes up without a problem. Also the magnet is definitely in the display frame.
 
UPDATE 2: After extensive research, I found the problem is in the SSD/HDD combination - Optibay setup, many people have the same issue and nobody could even track the problem down, it works with some drives, with others it doesn't.
 
BEST SOLUTION: I found NoSleep, which is a kernel extension:
 
http://modmyi.com/content/6922-nosleep-lets-your-macbook-run-even-when-closed.html
 
(the only one which works under Lion) to prevent sleep when closing the lid, so I can do it manually when I want and then close the lid. Also, manual sleep is instant now, no lag at all!

기기:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

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편집 작업: yoli ,

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MacBook restarts when closing lid

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MacBook Late 2007
 
Recently I built an SSD (128GB Samsung 470) into a late 2007 Macbook, and swapped the old HDD with the Superdrive, I used Carbon Copy Cloner to transfer the system, Desktop, Applications, Library and System is on the SSD, user folders on the HDD symlinked to the SSD home folder. Everything works fine, except when I close the lid the computer restarts. Before I noticed this, I tried to move the sleep image to the hdd to save space on the ssd with the following command:
 
 
 
sudo pmset -a hibernatefile /Volumes/DATA/sleepimage
 
 
 
I started to notice this problem, so I formatted the SSD and restored a previous backup with the original settings, and deleted the sleepimage from DATA. However the problem is still there, so I think it wasn't because I messed with the location of the hibernation file. Now, I tried EVERYTHING that I can think of (except fresh install which I don't really want to do):
 
 
 
- reset PRAM and SMC
 
 
 
- Diskwarrior
 
 
 
- disabled hibernation completely in Terminal and deleted the sleepimage file
 
 
 
- SmartSleep
 
 
 
When I choose sleep from the apple menu or use the sleep and hibernate command from SmartSleep, it works fine, the problem seems to be connected with closing the lid. And if I close the lid and let it reboot several times, it doesn't want to restart anymore just grey screen or restarts again and again, unless I do an SMC reset. Any solution? It would be much appreciated!
 
UPDATE: I did a fresh Snow Leopard install to the external drive and does the same. So is it a hardware issue or just the setup? What can be the problem which effects the lid closing only? If I put the computer to sleep manually and then close the lid it wakes up without a problem. Also the magnet is definitely in the display frame.
 

UPDATE:
UPDATE 2: After extensive research, I did a fresh Snow Leopard install tofound the external drive and does the same. Soproblem is it a hardware issue or justin the setup? What can beSSD/HDD combination - Optibay setup, many people have the problem which effects the lid closing only? If I disable sleep on lid closing with InsomniaX, put the computer to sleep manuallysame issue and then closenobody could even track the lidproblem down, it wakes up without a problem. Also the magnet is definitely in the display frameworks with some drives, with others it doesn't.

UPDATE:
UPDATE 2: After extensive research, I did a fresh Snow Leopard install tofound the external drive and does the same. Soproblem is it a hardware issue or justin the setup? What can beSSD/HDD combination - Optibay setup, many people have the problem which effects the lid closing only? If I disable sleep on lid closing with InsomniaX, put the computer to sleep manuallysame issue and then closenobody could even track the lidproblem down, it wakes up without a problem. Also the magnet is definitely in the display frameworks with some drives, with others it doesn't.

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MacBook Core 2 Duo

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MacBook restarts when closing lid

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MacBook Late 2007
 
Recently I built an SSD (128GB Samsung 470) into a late 2007 Macbook, and swapped the old HDD with the Superdrive, I used Carbon Copy Cloner to transfer the system, Desktop, Applications, Library and System is on the SSD, user folders on the HDD symlinked to the SSD home folder. Everything works fine, except when I close the lid the computer restarts. Before I noticed this, I tried to move the sleep image to the hdd to save space on the ssd with the following command:
 
 
 
sudo pmset -a hibernatefile /Volumes/DATA/sleepimage
 
 
 
I started to notice this problem, so I formatted the SSD and restored a previous backup with the original settings, and deleted the sleepimage from DATA. However the problem is still there, so I think it wasn't because I messed with the location of the hibernation file. Now, I tried EVERYTHING that I can think of (except fresh install which I don't really want to do):
 
 
 
- reset PRAM and SMC
 
 
 
- Diskwarrior
 
 
 
- disabled hibernation completely in Terminal and deleted the sleepimage file
 
 
 
- SmartSleep
 
 
 
When I choose sleep from the apple menu or use the sleep and hibernate command from SmartSleep, it works fine, the problem seems to be connected with closing the lid. And if I close the lid and let it reboot several times, it doesn't want to restart anymore just grey screen or restarts again and again, unless I do an SMC reset. Any solution? It would be much appreciated!
 
 
 
UPDATE: I did a fresh Snow Leopard install to the external drive and does the same. So is it a hardware issue or just the setup? What can be the problem which effects the lid closing only? If I disable sleep on lid closing with InsomniaX, put the computer to sleep manually and then close the lid it wakes up without a problem. Also the magnet is definitely in the display frame.

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MacBook Late 2007Core 2 Duo
MacBook Late 2007Core 2 Duo

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MacBook restarts when closing lid

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MacBook Late 2007
Recently I built an SSD (128GB Samsung 470) into a late 2007 Macbook, and swapped the old HDD with the Superdrive, I used Carbon Copy Cloner to transfer the system, Desktop, Applications, Library and System is on the SSD, user folders on the HDD symlinked to the SSD home folder. Everything works fine, except when I close the lid the computer restarts. Before I noticed this, I tried to move the sleep image to the hdd to save space on the ssd with the following command:
 
sudo pmset -a hibernatefile /Volumes/DATA/sleepimage
 
I started to notice this problem, so I formatted the SSD and restored a previous backup with the original settings, and deleted the sleepimage from DATA. However the problem is still there, so I think it wasn't because I messed with the location of the hibernation file. Now, I tried EVERYTHING that I can think of (except fresh install which I don't really want to do):
 
- reset PRAM and SMC
 
- Diskwarrior
 
- disabled hibernation completely in Terminal and deleted the sleepimage file
 
- SmartSleep
 
When I choose sleep from the apple menu or use the sleep and hibernate command from SmartSleep, it works fine, the problem seems to be connected with closing the lid. And if I close the lid and let it reboot several times, it doesn't want to restart anymore just grey screen or restarts again and again, unless I do an SMC reset. Any solution? It would be much appreciated!
 
UPDATE: I did a fresh Snow Leopard install to the external drive and does the same. So is it a hardware issue or just the setup? What can be the problem which effects the lid closing only? If I disable sleep on lid closing with InsomniaX, put the computer to sleep manually and then close the lid it wakes up without a problem. Also the magnet is definitely in the display frame.

기기:

MacBook Late 2007

현황:

open

원문 게시자: yoli ,

제목:

MacBook restarts when closing lid

본문:

Recently I built an SSD (128GB Samsung 470) into a late 2007 Macbook, and swapped the old HDD with the Superdrive, I used Carbon Copy Cloner to transfer the system, Desktop, Applications, Library and System is on the SSD, user folders on the HDD symlinked to the SSD home folder. Everything works fine, except when I close the lid the computer restarts. Before I noticed this, I tried to move the sleep image to the hdd to save space on the ssd with the following command:

sudo pmset -a hibernatefile /Volumes/DATA/sleepimage

I started to notice this problem, so I formatted the SSD and restored a previous backup with the original settings, and deleted the sleepimage from DATA. However the problem is still there, so I think it wasn't because I messed with the location of the hibernation file. Now, I tried EVERYTHING that I can think of (except fresh install which I don't really want to do):

- reset PRAM and SMC

- Diskwarrior

- disabled hibernation completely in Terminal and deleted the sleepimage file

- SmartSleep

When I choose sleep from the apple menu or use the sleep and hibernate command from SmartSleep, it works fine, the problem seems to be connected with closing the lid. And if I close the lid and let it reboot several times, it doesn't want to restart anymore just grey screen or restarts again and again, unless I do an SMC reset. Any solution? It would be much appreciated!

UPDATE: I did a fresh Snow Leopard install to the external drive and does the same. So is it a hardware issue or just the setup? What can be the problem which effects the lid closing only? If I disable sleep on lid closing with InsomniaX, put the computer to sleep manually and then close the lid it wakes up without a problem. Also the magnet is definitely in the display frame.

기기:

MacBook Late 2007

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