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I just got a brand new macbook and once the battery runs low it gives me the warning message. Then the macbook goes to sleep. When I plug the macbook into the charger and try to wake it up it has to reboot. Is this normal? Did they change something?

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what do you mean by "it has to reboot"?

are you getting a kernal panic?


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what do you mean by "it has to reboot"?

are you getting a kernal panic?
No kernal panic. you know how apple laptops when they run out of battery fall asleep. Then you plug in your charger and hit a button and it will wake up. My new macbook falls asleep and then when I plug in the charger and hit a button will start up as if it rebooted.

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Anyone? I am gonna try re calibrating the battery.

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