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MacBook Pro - OS X battery gauge shows an "X"


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All of a sudden, my battery gauge in OS X shows an X... Before, it used to show the % of battery life left and I have no idea what this X means.

Any ideas?
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It means your battery isn't properly installed in the computer, and its showing that there is no battery in the computer. Try reseating the battery.

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