Help! G5 Immediately Wakes Up After It Powers Down To Sleep!

Discussion in 'Apple' started by blondelle, Oct 23, 2008.

  1. blondelle

    blondelle Guest

    I hav a problem with my G5 running 3.9. It wakes up right after I put
    it to sleep even using the power button. It seems my internal modem is
    causing it to wake, but I don't have it selected in the PPP options.
    All that's selected is to connect with Ethernet. I'm using a DSL
    modem. How can I deactivate the internal USB modem?

    Here's my log.

    Oct 22 15:47:45 localhost kernel: System Sleep
    Oct 22 15:47:48 localhost kernel: System Wake
    Oct 22 15:47:48 localhost kernel: Wake event 0020
    Oct 22 15:47:48 localhost kernel: AppleNMI unmask NMI
    Oct 22 15:47:48 localhost kernel: InternalUSBModem::setPowerState(1)
    Oct 22 15:47:48 localhost kernel: USB caused wake event (EHCI)
    Oct 22 15:47:48 localhost kernel: AppleFWOHCI::handleSelfIDInt -
    received quads == 0. issuing bus reset
    Oct 22 15:47:48 localhost kernel: rtclock timebase_callback: late old
    1000000000 / 33333450 new 1000000000 / 33333335 0 0
    AppleUSBCDCECMData: probe - provider doesn't want us to match
    Oct 22 15:47:48 localhost kernel: 0 0 AppleUSBCDCWMCData: probe -
    provider doesn't want us to match
    Oct 22 15:47:48 localhost kernel: 0 0 AppleUSBCDCACMData: probe -
    provider doesn't want us to match
    Oct 22 15:47:50 localhost mDNSResponder[169]: mDNSResponder Waking at
    1608087
    Oct 22 15:47:50 localhost SymMissedTask - parent[221]: sleeptime
    recorded: Wed Oct 22 15:47:38 2008
    Oct 22 15:47:50 localhost SymMissedTask - parent[221]: waketime is:
    Wed Oct 22 15:47:50 2008
    Oct 22 15:47:51 localhost pppd[694]: AOL.ppp : ( start )

    Here's another with earlier events. Seems my internal modem is
    changing from state "0" to state "1" and turning on. I have nothing on
    the modem port, and have Ethernet selected in the PPPoe settings. How
    can I stop that?

    Oct 22 08:16:51 MyComputer SymMissedTask - parent[246]: sleep demand
    recorded: Wed Oct 22 08:16:51 2008
    Oct 22 08:16:51 MyComputer pppd[477]: PPPoE disconnecting...
    Oct 22 08:16:51 MyComputer pppd[477]: PPPoE disconnected
    Oct 22 08:16:51 MyComputer pppd[477]: Exit.
    Oct 22 08:16:51 MyComputer configd[87]: executing /System/Library/
    SystemConfiguration/Kicker.bundle/Contents/Resources/set-hostname
    Oct 22 08:16:52 MyComputer configd[87]: posting notification
    com.apple.system.config.network_change
    Oct 22 08:16:52 MyComputer mach_init[2]: Server 0 in bootstrap d03 uid
    0: "/usr/sbin/lookupd": exited as a result of signal 1 [pid 499]
    Oct 22 08:16:53 MyComputer kernel: AppleNMI mask NMI
    Oct 22 08:16:53 MyComputer kernel: InternalUSBModem::setPowerState(0)
    Oct 22 08:16:53 MyComputer kernel: USBF: 44332.174
    AppleUSBOHCI[0x1b45000] Processing WDH before suspending
    Oct 22 08:16:53 MyComputer lookupd[602]: lookupd (version 324.13)
    starting - Wed Oct 22 08:16:53 2008
    Oct 22 08:17:00 MyComputer kernel: System Sleep
    Oct 22 08:17:00 MyComputer kernel: System Wake
    Oct 22 08:17:00 MyComputer kernel: Wake event 0020
    Oct 22 08:17:00 MyComputer kernel: AppleNMI unmask NMI
    Oct 22 08:17:00 MyComputer kernel: InternalUSBModem::setPowerState(1)
    Oct 22 08:17:00 MyComputer kernel: USB caused wake event (EHCI)
    Oct 22 08:17:00 MyComputer kernel: AppleFWOHCI::handleSelfIDInt -
    received quads == 0. issuing bus reset

    All my applications were closed and I don't have anything running in
    the background that would do that. My USB hub was disconnected. I also
    tried it with the DSL modem disconnected from the computer and off the
    net, and it still wakes immediately. Any ideas? Thanks!
     
    blondelle, Oct 23, 2008
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  2. blondelle

    blondelle Guest

    Thanks so much. Unplugging the USB hub worked and powering it down
    from the power button instead. I'm confused though as I had this set
    up for many months with no issues like this. Any ideas why it would do
    this now, or how to fix it? Doing some further testing it's the
    Kensington wireless mouse dongle that's doing it. When I unplugged
    it's dongle from the USB it stayed asleep. Even tried a brand new
    wireless mouse I had like the other and it did the same thing. Strange
    why it should do that all of a sudden when it was fine for months. I
    didn't know before you could put the computer to sleep from the power
    button. I will give Kensington a call and see if they have any ideas.
    Thanks again ;-)!
     
    blondelle, Oct 23, 2008
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