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    Poss battery issues??

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    Poss battery issues??
    I have no idea whats wrong. I'll be sitting there, with over 50% battery life left, and then BAM! its suddenly at 0% and my MacBook goes into hibernation. Anybody have a clue of whats going on?

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    Poss battery issues??

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    It's possible that somehow the battery settings got changed to enter hibernation when battery reaches 50%. Try checking the preferences and make sure that it is set to enter hibernation mode at somewhere around 3 or 5%.

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    Poss battery issues??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightshade View Post
    I have no idea whats wrong. I'll be sitting there, with over 50% battery life left, and then BAM! its suddenly at 0% and my MacBook goes into hibernation. Anybody have a clue of whats going on?
    yeah mine does the same thing. It goes down to about 91% and then it shuts off? can any one help with this.....

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