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I installed Snow Leopard on my Mac, and sometimes when i plug in the magsafe adapter the LED doesn't change colors or it is really dim green. Also now my battery says it needs a new battery. What is going on here?

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I installed Snow Leopard on my Mac, and sometimes when i plug in the magsafe adapter the LED doesn't change colors or it is really dim green. Also now my battery says it needs a new battery. What is going on here?
Sounds like you need a new battery.

However I've also read that some users are experiencing battery issues once installing Snow Leopard, so take that with a grain of salt. When my magsafe did what you mentioned, it was time for a new magsafe charger.

Are you under warranty? If so take it in and see what they say.

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I don't think that has anything to do with SL.. but i guess i haven't heard these claims of battery problems. maybe try any plug a different charger in and see if it does the same thing
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