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Kernel Panic when calibrating?

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I just got my PB on wednesday, and when I was draining the battery to caliblrate it, when it should have been at the point where it shut down with no battery power left, I got a kernel panic. Is this normal? I haven't had any probs since then. Has anyone else seen this happen?

I have dial-up at home, but we have wireless at the college I work at as a computer tech, so I am updating my OS when I go back to work on Monday. I have not had any more panics, hopefully it was an isolated incident.
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