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System shutdown false (what is it?)


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s.goten

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Hi,
when I start my snow leopard in verbose mode I read two lines that says

system shutdown false
previous shutdown cause: 3

anyone know what are they?
someone says that they depends on a system shutdown problem, but when I look at Console there are no issues about the shutdown process.

they take about 10 seconds in my SL startup and I would like to know if there is a way to fix them, so that they not appear anymore.

thanks in advance and please sorry for my bad english

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Detrich

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s.goten

We get these lines also on realmacs, so it' not an issue.


system shutdown false- system startup,
system shutdown true- system restart/shutdown.

previous shutdown cause: 3- number of previous shutdown(on hacks is fixed, because we don't have EFI)





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