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Really? That's the first time I've ever heard that... I'll keep an eye on the battery meter from now on to make sure the battery doesn't fall below 30%.

Also I'm not sure if you had the time to do a clean installation of Windows yet but I finally got HP's CoolSense to work properly after a clean installation. It's not much quieter now since the dm1z only stays in the 'Quiet Mode' profile but even under 'Quiet Mode' the fan noise is still subtle.
I've heard many different things, to be honest. I've heard that letting your battery die (drop to 0%) every once in awhile is good for it; I've heard you should unplug the AC adapter as soon as it charges to 100%... meh.

Actually, I haven't had a chance to do a clean installation yet. I've been looking for an external DVD writer so that I can make an HP Backup disk. In fact, the reason why I wanted to do this is because I like the CoolSense program a lot! Now that you noted it's not working properly with a clean installation, I'm hesitant to do anything. Mine is currently able to use all 3 settings.
 
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Someone else requested something like this too. I've been debating whether or not to do it for my own review because I've heard that letting your battery fall below 30% is bad and lowers its life, and I don't want that to happen because I'm planning on using this laptop for at least 2 years. Can anyone else confirm this?
Wow. That's one of the stranger myths regarding batteries I've heard. I wouldn't trust that one. I've been going almost a year with my netbook and I constantly/intentionally bring it down to about 5%. So far I haven't noticed any change in battery life. I did the same with my old G50 and it's battery life got better over time.

I do know the overcharging thing regarding 100% and tied to an outlet is supposed to be a non-factor anymore but I just don't trust a manufacturer to not kill the battery. So I remove mine as soon as I can after hitting 100%. I also don't store the battery for long periods charged (more than 3 days). I don't know if those things really work but they sure haven't killed either of the laptops I've had. And I've seen macs need new batteries in one year, not because they were used so much but because they were overcharged/improperly cared for. If someone has something definitive then I'd like to know too.
     
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Wow. That's one of the stranger myths regarding batteries I've heard. I wouldn't trust that one. I've been going almost a year with my netbook and I constantly/intentionally bring it down to about 5%. So far I haven't noticed any change in battery life. I did the same with my old G50 and it's battery life got better over time.

I do know the overcharging thing regarding 100% and tied to an outlet is supposed to be a non-factor anymore but I just don't trust a manufacturer to not kill the battery. So I remove mine as soon as I can after hitting 100%. I also don't store the battery for long periods charged (more than 3 days). I don't know if those things really work but they sure haven't killed either of the laptops I've had. And I've seen macs need new batteries in one year, not because they were used so much but because they were overcharged/improperly cared for. If someone has something definitive then I'd like to know too.
Interesting. Well I'll take your experience over rumors I've heard/read any day. I'll stick with the "unplug as soon as it reaches 100%" for sure. I don't know if I'll be using my laptop enough to be certain that it doesn't hold a charge for long periods of time. I guess I'll just let it sit idle once in awhile. So when you say you bring your battery life to 5%, is that a daily thing? Weekly? I really want to keep this laptop going for as long as I can without getting anything extra.


And to everyone waiting on the tests, I'm sorry I haven't been able to make time for them; I've started school again. I'll try to fit in a test or two whenever I can. And again, I'm open to any and ALL suggestions.
 
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I've heard many different things, to be honest. I've heard that letting your battery die (drop to 0%) every once in awhile is good for it; I've heard you should unplug the AC adapter as soon as it charges to 100%... meh.

Actually, I haven't had a chance to do a clean installation yet. I've been looking for an external DVD writer so that I can make an HP Backup disk. In fact, the reason why I wanted to do this is because I like the CoolSense program a lot! Now that you noted it's not working properly with a clean installation, I'm hesitant to do anything. Mine is currently able to use all 3 settings.
Lol, sorry I what I really meant to say was 'it's much quieter now.' Sorry about the typo I barely got any sleep today.

As for running the battery down to 0%, it's actually not that harmful for the battery since some people do it intentionally to recalibrate their battery (about once a month).
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Lol, sorry I what I really meant to say was 'it's much quieter now.' Sorry about the typo I barely got any sleep today.

As for running the battery down to 0%, it's actually not that harmful for the battery since some people do it intentionally to recalibrate their battery (about once a month).
OH! That's good to hear! Actually I might just reinstall it now that I know this. I DO have a question though. Was Windows7 able to successfully download the driver for the touchpad? I like it a lot, and I don't want to be without it


BTW: HP has HP dm1z Ultraportable Laptop for $399.99 when you enter coupon code NB5751 at checkout. Shipping is free.
 
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OH! That's good to hear! Actually I might just reinstall it now that I know this. I DO have a question though. Was Windows7 able to successfully download the driver for the touchpad? I like it a lot, and I don't want to be without it


BTW: HP has HP dm1z Ultraportable Laptop for $399.99 when you enter coupon code NB5751 at checkout. Shipping is free.
It would've been nice if HP had that offer when I purchased mine. :T I also forgot to add student discount to my dm1z. Stupid is expensive...

But yeah all the drivers you're looking for can be found on the HP website, however it would be best to download the latest APU drivers from AMD/ATI's website (I'm sure you already knew this).
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OH! That's good to hear! Actually I might just reinstall it now that I know this. I DO have a question though. Was Windows7 able to successfully download the driver for the touchpad? I like it a lot, and I don't want to be without it


BTW: HP has HP dm1z Ultraportable Laptop for $399.99 when you enter coupon code NB5751 at checkout. Shipping is free.
Son of a gum chewing funk monster. Why don't I have 400? Well, the big thing is still whether Linux works on it. I mean honestly; MPlayer with a frontend and you have this as the pimpest portable HD player ever.
     
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OH, okay that's fine if you don't want to, I understand. Also, I don't know if you guys know this, but what is the HDD hooked up by, and what kind is it. I was looking at the Seagate Momentus XT, and wondering if it would fit in there. Thanks!
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OH, okay that's fine if you don't want to, I understand. Also, I don't know if you guys know this, but what is the HDD hooked up by, and what kind is it. I was looking at the Seagate Momentus XT, and wondering if it would fit in there. Thanks!
Hey IcyPimpHand, Infamous confirmed that letting the battery go to 0% doesn't decrease it's life, so I'll go ahead and run those battery tests if you want. What did you have in mind?

For the linux testing, I'd like to create the backup DVD (using HPs built-in tool) first before doing anything, but I'm having a hard time finding an external DVD writer. I want to have it in case anything goes wrong. Sorry guys.
 
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Hey IcyPimpHand, Infamous confirmed that letting the battery go to 0% doesn't decrease it's life, so I'll go ahead and run those battery tests if you want. What did you have in mind?

For the linux testing, I'd like to create the backup DVD (using HPs built-in tool) first before doing anything, but I'm having a hard time finding an external DVD writer. I want to have it in case anything goes wrong. Sorry guys.
Want me to look for one for you? What's the price range you're looking at? I usually just buy normal drives and a case for them.
     
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