|26 Jun 2011||#20|
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With SIW (link in my sig) you can see info about your battery.
What do you see if you--
WIN + X key combo | battery status section
Now restore your computer back to a poinnt in time before this problem occurred.
WIN | type SYSTEM RESTORE | NEXT button | pick a restore point before the problem occurred.
Notice that there is a Scan for affected programs which will give you a heads-up as to programs which you may need to reinstall.
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