Battery indicator is stuck on “estimating”?

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After installing Ubuntu 10.10, the battery indicator worked fine (both percent remaining and estimation on time). I then installed and configured some software (Skype, Pidgin, Thunderbird, removed Empathy and Evolution, ect) and the battery meter, when clicked, always says “(estimating…)”

I’ve tried running the battery down to zero and charging it fully again. If I go into the history or details, the percentage is recorded correctly.

Any ideas?

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