My laptop's charger broke, and I have been using a borrowed charger as a replacement while I wait for a warranty replacement. The original charger is 120W (20V, 6A) and the borrowed charger is 65W (19.5V 3.33A) and is physically compatible with the laptop's barrel plug. Unfortunately, it seems that the laptop draws its full 120W from the charger, causing the adapter to overheat and shut down. I can only charge the laptop's battery by about 30% at a time using this method, and it's possibly a fire hazard. Is there any way to limit the current that the laptop draws in the laptop's software?
The laptop is an Asus Vivobook M7600QE, but I'm hoping the answer applies to a wider variety of Asus laptops.