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ok i have spent hours searching for ways to get upgraded battery's for my laptop. its a l850 toshiba satellite i only get max 2 hours on batttery life runnning ...
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    ok i have spent hours searching for ways to get upgraded battery's for my laptop. its a l850 toshiba satellite i only get max 2 hours on batttery life runnning fedora 18 kde i was hoping to get at least 3 - 4 hours i can find replacement battery but not an upgrade battery. and this computer is brand new. only used for a couple weeks now after getting a decent os on here. lol.

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    Don't know about this system, but some have "extended run" batteries that have more cells (9 vs. 6 for example) - I have such for my Lenovo laptop. If not, then get a second battery as a spare. When the first one runs down, hibernate the system, switch the batteries, and restart it - it will return to where you left off. I do that on my personal Dell quite effectively. I have also used drive bay batteries to extend run times - Dell has those. Yours may have that as an option as well. Check with the manufacturer's web site. A drive bay battery plugs into where the CD/DVD drive goes.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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