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Now the sleep option isn't even there...

Hi again. I'm the same person who posted the "won't sleep" problem. Anyways, it still wasn't working, so I restored it and now the sleep option isn't even on the screen! Everything else is there, but the sleep option just vanished! Please help!!

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Re: Now the sleep option isn't even there...

You got your sleep off go to the main menue and go to sttings and there will be a sleep option it will say on or off you want to click it on ~Grim ~Zach

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