|19 Jun 2009||#1|
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E6400 + 6 cell + x64 7229 + standby = no battery?
Fresh load of Windows 7 x64 7229 and when I put my machine into standby the battery seems to drain incredibly fast....almost like it is on. I will standby the machine before I go to bed and in the morning it's dead with 0% battery. I used to do the same thing with my D630 and in the morning I would have 85% or so on the equivilant 6 cell battery. Is there something I am missing. I can live with hibernate, but I prefer standby for the quick start up.
Thanks for any help!
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