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Hi, I hope someone can help!
I wanted to watch some flash video and my NC10 was dimming the screen part way through, so in my infinite wisdom I added Firefox as an `excluded` program.
Now I realise that my netbook is running full tilt anytime I’m using Firefox, which is most of the time and I can’t seem to remove Firefox from the Battery Manager excluded list!
I’d be very grateful if someone could point me in the right direction.
To remove a registered program, open the Medialist.ini file in:
C:Program FilesSamsungSamsung Battery Manager
Right Click and select Open With “Notepad” and remove the line including the name of the program to be unregistered.
The line you will need to remove is the one with firefox.exe on it.
Hope that helps.
thanks so much adatay92, that worked a treat!
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