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  1. Hey!. This is my first post, and i want to introduce myself to this forum. I'm Dennis, i live in The Netherlands. My english is not very good, i don't know some words, but i think the most of you can understand me !. I have a laptop running with iAktos (Snow Leopard) for a long time now, and i always had a problem that the system freezes when you nothing for a while. On some forums, much more users have this problem. So i want to share my solution with you guys!. First i have searched on Google for the solution, but i didn't find it, so i had to find the solution by myself. And, i've found it! Ghehe. It's very easy though. The problem is the settings for the Energy Saver. Energy saver tries to spin-down your HDD, or putting yoru laptop in to sleep when it's idle for a long time. But, when Energy Saver tries to do that, the system freezes. Why the systems freezes i don't know. But when you configure energy saver to never put the computer in to sleep, the system doesn't freeze anymore. I hope you guys understand what i'm saying, as i said.. my English is not perfect, and sometimes i use the wrong words i think. I hope that this helped some of you. Greetz!
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