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I had the same problem with my new Eaton 3S 550 UPS. I gave installing 10.10.2 beta a try (build 14C99d) and now it works! So hopefully the functionality should be back for other UPS models as well once 10.10.2 is released.
Lets start with a test to find out your settings. copy paste following in your Terminal pmset -g now copy paste results here If you think it is the sensor (unlikely) To test the sensor, take a small (SMALL) magnet like the one on your Fridge, and slowly slide it where the screen and keyboard connect. The sensor is usually at the outer most edge of the ...
Yes, it's fine to leave it plugged in. The charger is simply disconnected and there is no closed circuit.
I have never seen the entire cord for sale, though I suspect they might sell them as replacement parts. You should check with your Apple store or call them. I assume you know about the travel kit, which replaces the shorter, plug only option for the Mac power adapter (without the cord): ...
There is a lot of misinformation in some answers. I will give the facts. No MagSafe adapter, when plugged into a mechanically matching receptacle on a MacBook/MacBook Pro, will cause an unsafe condition. This is a given for the systems to receive safety certifications. So no, a 60W adapter won't overheat when connected to a machine that needs an 85W ...
I have asked Apple. The Apple tech support gives me these recommendations : When the charging is done, unplug the iPad. Once a month, do a full cycle : full discharge then full recharge. Otherwise, plug and unplug the iPad as you like, full cycles are not needed.
It doesn't really matter. You're already using up some capacity when you charge past 50%. For long term storage, Apple recommends that you only charge the device up to 50% and then power it off. Basically if you are concerned about the longest capacity of your battery, you wouldn't consume it at all and you'd just charge it to 50% and then put it in a box ...
Sounds as if your PRAM battery needs replacing... Assuming you have a A-1046 G4 Powerbook which does have a PRAM battery and you are losing the time setting I would try the PRAM battery first. It is a simple job and the cheapest quick check.
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