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LG R400 Notebook power managment driver

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I have changed my OS on my notebook from Vista to XP. After doing so, my battery seemed to become empty after several minutes.

I tried to find a driver for power managment or battery settings, suitable for XP OS and couldn't find.

I'd be glad to have your assitance.

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