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Hi,
I have a macbook which I run windows xp on under bootcamp. I am looking for a way to display my battery life/status like I could under MacOS. It appears that I can't use the usual windows battery life programs readily available because of EFI instead of BIOS issues. Any suggestions?

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Clayton
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