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re-calibration questoin...odd


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first, i'd like to apologize for all the posts in the past 24 hours. ha.

I guess it is a message board.

I recalibrated my battery last night (let it sit over night with the battery drained) and it's been on the charger for the past hour and is now nearing 80%..

I just realized I have to jump of to work in the next 20 minutes and am worried that if i unplug the laptop from the wall while it's trying to fully charge I may completely ruin the recalibration process.

If i shut the computer down, unplug it, get to work, plug it in and then turn the computer on will I be fine?

I know for a fact I wont hit 100% before I have to leave.
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I would leave it plugged in until fully charged

I calibrated mine just a week ago. It went from 5290mAh to over 5300mAh. But now it's down to 5290mAh at full charged. Not sure what I did to drop it down again....
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too late. had to make the 12 minute trip to work.. plugged it in and it's continuing to charge as we speak.

I did however get rid of my "service battery" that showed up the other night. The battery itself has 36 load cycles on it.
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