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indicium
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Registered: ‎04-19-2010
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W530 Power Manager for Win 7 x64

I just installed Power Manager for Win 7 x64 Version 6.64.4 on my new W530 and tried to set Battery Maintenance and there is no button to do so on the battery page.  Why isn't it there and what can I do to get it back?  I mostly use AC and want to maximize battery life.  

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Re: W530 Power Manager for Win 7 x64

I think you might have to click "Advanced" on the main screen to get the battery maintenence option to appear.


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indicium
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Re: W530 Power Manager for Win 7 x64

Its fixed,  I guess it doesn't show up when there is only 1 cycle on the battery.  The battery now shows 2 cycles and the Battery Maintenance panel is there.  Thanks to all.

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