Hey guys, you may have seen my topic mentioning my recent purchase of an iBook, but i've just recently noticed it seems to have a problem either with the battery, or perhaps the system itself. I noticed this when i unplugged the system, instantly the battery low warning came up and the system went to sleep. Odd i thought, so i plugged it in and woke the system up and clicked the battery icon at the top and selected to show percentage, it showed 2% and i knew that couldnt be right as i'd had it plugged in for well over 3 hours. So i decided to pay close attention to the battery icon, and the charge indicator on the charger and i noticed something else. Heres how the charger indicator appears to be functioning now: Green (4seconds) Orange (12 seconds) Green (4seconds) Orange (12.... you get the point. Also, i downloaded CoconutBattery and the battery appears to have COMPLETELY exceeded its factory capacity! CoconutBattery reports the original capacity to be 4400mAh, whereas its current capacity is alot higher. Here, take a look for yourself! http://i.imgur.com/GbbTS.jpg (EDIT: Tags removed, image showed up REAL BIG ) Anyone got any idea whats going on? Should i replace the battery, or the charger? I preferably dont want to end up wasting money on a part that may not solve the problem, but i guess i dont have a choice, or do i? Any info is appreciated. Note: This is a iBook G4 with a 1.2GHz PowerPC G4 Processor, 256MB Built-In RAM and a 30GB ATA Hard Disk EDIT: And i have tried PRAM, NVRAM and PMU reset's. None seem to have solved this issue.