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OS 10.5 - Macbook Air Battery Died...When Plugged In, All Settings Gone??

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Hey macbook air battery died on me yesterday. I plugged it in today, started it up, and most of my system settings are gone. This happened to me before...and all the settings were eventually restored automatically, but i dont remember how it happened.

So, has anyone experienced this problem? What were the results? I don't have a backup for my settings. I know, I should have set up Time Machine. Its too late.
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