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Turning on line wrapping in Terminal
Authored by: chrisale on Feb 16, '05 11:56:18AM

Oh, I wanted to put up my result from ioreg... it's no wonder my battery doesn't hold a charge anymore! My TiBook is showing 100% capacity!

"IOBatteryInfo" = ({"Capacity"=176,"Amperage"=0,"Cycle Count"=299,"Current"=176,"Voltage"=16386,"Flags"=838860805,"AbsoluteMaxCapacity"=3600})

Is there any way to "fool" the computer or the battery into thinking the Capacity is actually somewhre close to the "AbsoluteMax?"



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Turning on line wrapping in Terminal
Authored by: Puzo on Feb 16, '05 12:43:39PM

For reference, if anyone is interested, I have this:
"Capacity"=5370
"Amperage"=18446744073709549742 (when power is plugged in, the amperage is 0)
"Cycle Count"=31
"Current"=5203
"Voltage"=12263
"Flags"=4 (when power is plugged in, the flags value is 1090519045)
"AbsoluteMaxCapacity"=5400

(PBook G4 1.5G 17")



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