> Hmmmm, then I'm stumped. My other question is why both components of the
> Battery Reset program aren't getting installed on my G3 when I run the
> installer. The Battery Reset element goes into the Utilities folder, but the
> Battery Updater element does not appear in my Extensions folder, or anywhere
> else on the computer. I wonder if this is preventing Reset from completing
> the job?
> Maybe someone could e-mail me the Battery Updater extension for a G3 (not
> the iBook Battery Updater!). Thank you.
> in article [email]cwnarf-A4F569.21091530072003nntp-stjh-01-01.rogers.nf.net[/email], Pat
> Janes at [email]cwnarfarjpbzz.arg[/email] wrote on 7/30/03 6:39 PM:
>>> in article [email]cwnarf-84A151.23265329072003nntp-stjh-01-01.rogers.nf.net[/email], Pat
>>> Janes at [email]cwnarfarjpbzz.arg[/email] wrote on 7/29/03 8:56 PM:
>>>> There is a battery reset application made specifically for the
>>>> Wallstreet and some iBooks. Worth a try.
>> In article <BB4DB842.8896%noahlnoahl.com>,
>> Noah Liberman <noahlnoahl.com> wrote:
>>> yes, i've tried it, but it doesn't work on the Li-Ion batteries. It was
>>> created in 1999.
>> I find it strange that it wouldn't work with Li-Ion batteries. The
>> Battery reset 2.0 utility was made for Wallstreets and some iBooks, all
>> of which have Li-Ion batteries. Every PowerBook since the 3400 (1997)
>> has shipped with a Li-Ion battery.