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I took battery out of my new ibook to check the serial number and after reinstalling it, the battery display in the upper right corner just say calculating...

It worked before. I have checked the apple site and this site. Does anyone know how to fix this?
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This is from PC thinking, but have you rebooted the laptop?
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So click on the calculating menu, and choose another option. Then go back and rechoose the option you had. That should get rid of the calculating.

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Thanks. I did try adjusting the battery menu, but that did not work. It reverts to calculating when I set it on the "time" option. However, it also seems to be stuck on 94% for battery strength.

I'll keep at it.

Thanks for your suggestion.
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