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Re: Power saving techniques

On  20 Mar, this message from pasca@physics.leidenuniv.nl echoed through
>> When it goes down, you can try to recalibrate your battery: let the
>> computer run until the battery shuts it down, with no pmud or
>> pbbuttonsd running to keep you from doing that.
> What should happen to the battery then?

It normaly (and within the limits of physics) gets back part of it's max

However, this cannot make an old, worn battery be like new again.
Batteries have a finite number of charge cycles.

But it can recalibrate the controller of the battery, which can over
time get confused about the max charge.



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