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slinzex
November 24th, 2010, 02:37 PM
I always ignored the message that ubuntu shows at startup:
"It's like : Your battery level is too low approximely 48.9% . It seems that your battery is broken or too old. " but in fact my battery level is 100%.

This laptop is from 2010, so it can't be old. It also can't be broken because at windows all is good, and it never says that...


The problem is when I disconnect AC charger from laptop, I get another messages :
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It says that my battery is critical level low and computer will go hibernate now. Accept cancel buttons. When I press cancel, it ignores and continue hibernating. The problem is that then it says : not enogh swap memory. And I can't do anything. It's horrible
And when I press

luisfmp
August 30th, 2011, 06:28 PM
I have the same problem with my battery in a Dell Vostro 1720. with Ubuntu 10.04
Did you find any solution?

Tengo exactamente el mismo problema que tu en mi Dell Vostro 1720
¿Encontraste alguna solución?

slinzex
August 31st, 2011, 07:28 PM
I have the same problem with my battery in a Dell Vostro 1720. with Ubuntu 10.04
Did you find any solution?

Tengo exactamente el mismo problema que tu en mi Dell Vostro 1720
¿Encontraste alguna solución?

Yeah, but im no longer ubuntu user. That problem solutioned by itself. Maybe some update fixed it.. Don't remember.