the latest in my saga... When removing and replacing the battery, at boot it tells me that the system cmos checksum is bad. I go into setup, reconfigure everything, shutdown, remove and replace battery, turn system back on and same error. The other weird thing is the battery remaining info in epowermanagement shows 50+ hours remaining where as the windows battery icon shows a drastically reduced time. I know 7200 rpm drives draw a little more power but not enough to reduce run time by 2 hours. Any ideas on what I can do before contacting support?
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3/25/05 at 8:03am