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    17in GS Macbook Pro 3.06ghz, 4gb ram, 500 hdd 7200 rpm,9400m and gt graphics
    battery % dropped by 4
    hi all

    got my mbp about 2 weeks ago alls ok except the battery at the top of the screen is at 96% it was 100% but a couple of days ago i noticed it was 97 now its 96.

    got coconut and it says 95 for current battery charge and 100 for current battery capacity i have no battery load cycles.

    i have changed the energy saver setting to high performance.

    any ideas

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    Mine does this all the time. I just unplug the power for a few minutes and plug it back in. It usually goes all the way to 100% then.

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    this is a little off topic but similar. while using a jailbroken, deactivated, iphone 2g, i had it plugged it but yet the battery kept going down until it finally died. every time i unplugged it and plugged it back in and it still didn't work. after it died, about 10 minutes of unplugging it and plugging back in it finally started back up and works fine today. just a little story =)

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    17in GS Macbook Pro 3.06ghz, 4gb ram, 500 hdd 7200 rpm,9400m and gt graphics
    cheers fdfuller all fixed

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