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Just recently instead of there being a "lightning bolt" in the battery symbol there is an X what does this mean?
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Hope this helps
http://crabapple.groupswim.com/group...cussion/583898
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X means no battery.
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X means no battery.
X means the computer is not reading the existence of a battery in the battery bay. Try resetting the SMC and download and install the most recent battery update.
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