On 13/03/02 14:58, "Stephanie Maks" <newton_at_maksystems.com> wrote:
> I have my prefs set the same way, not to sleep with the AC cord plugged in.
> My Newton doesn't just wake up at 3am (which it does of course) but as long
> as it's on AC, it turns itself off and on seemingly randomly. If I turn it
> off, it will turn back on again either instantly, or within a few seconds.
> Not that it matters to me. I set it to never sleep while under AC power, so
> it is fine if it's up all night. The only thing that is a little odd
> looking, is that every time it turns on, it checks the serial port, and with
> my blinky-light hack, that means every time it turns on there is a flash of
> brilliant blue light. So, while the Newton is on AC power, there are blue
> flashes that light up the room at random intervals through the night.
I did notice this behavior after I get a reminder. I will dismiss the
reminder, and then put my MP2100 to sleep. Seconds later, it will be ON
again! I don't know what caused this, though...
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