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Old 03-05-2008, 12:58 PM   #9
delphidb96
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Originally Posted by HarryT View Post
I agree. It's clearly a software problem, not a hardware one, because the "activity" LED lights with 100% reliability when you click the button.

I've noticed that the more often I use the Cybooks and the more often I cycle through the charger, the lower the 'freeze due to insufficient power' level drops. On this most recent unit, I'm hovering at about 30%, but it was 40% fresh out of the box early last month. However, my 'engineering sample' unit - before I broke it - was down to 10% power level before freezing.

And yes, for those who are new, this 'freeze' indicates that you've run below minimum power and need to re-charge.

Derek
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