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Can I use a power adapter with more current but lower voltage on another laptop? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Laptop power supplies, does current matter? I have the opposite problem outlined in Laptop power supplies, does current matter? My AC adapter (19 V, 3.95 A, 75 W,...
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Using a higher current charger on a laptop which requires a lower current [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: Laptop power supplies, does current matter? Can I use a power adapter with more current but lower voltage on another laptop? I have an ASUS K50IN laptop which requires an ...
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is that possible to use lower amperage ac adapter for my laptop? [duplicate]

I have Toshiba satellite l505 laptop and the ac-adapter is damaged. i found new adapter but it's output is 19v 3.4a and the output for the laptop is 19v 4.7a. is that safe to use the lower voltage?
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Using power adapter with a slightly different rating - Close enough? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Laptop power supplies, does current matter? I'm in Colombia, South America and the power adapter on my HP Pavilion DV4-1125nr laptop died. The adapter is rated at 65W input 1....
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Can a 65W adapter slowing my 95W dell laptop? [duplicate]

My highly configured Dell Latitude E6410 laptop has become extremely slow, even for browsing or multitasking for the past 14 months. I thought it was because of Windows, so I tried fresh installations ...
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Plug power adapter into 19V laptop [duplicate]

I know questions similar to these have been asked many times before. However, I could not deduce the answer to this question, because they only did tell me what I should do, but not why I should do ...
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Using Power Supply with less ampere for Laptop [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Laptop power supplies, does current matter? My laptop Charger is 19.0v and 6.5A, it was broke yesterday. I tried to find a replacement, but couldn't so I got another one with ...
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Selecting proper wattage in Universal power adapter [duplicate]

My AC adapter died and I went to BestBuy to purchase a replacement. The Geeksquad suggested to choose a lower watt capacity instead of a higher watt capacity. I was convinced of the opposite and ...
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Can I use different laptop charger- similar Voltage, higher Ampere? [duplicate]

My original laptop charger was output 20V 3.25A. Now I have a charger with output 20V 6.75A. Can I use it? (The real data: Can I charge Lenovo Yoga 11s with Lenovo IdeaPad 15?)
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Can i use a universal laptop charger for +10.8v 4400mah, 47wh [duplicate]

I have a universal laptop adapter with listed voltage that i can set 12v/15v/16/18/19/20/24v.. i want to try it on my asus laptop with battery rating of +10.8v 4400mah, 27wh.. it's an li-ion battery. ...
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Can I use this third party charger for my Asus laptop? [duplicate]

I recently bought Asus X53E a few weeks ago and I have a third party charger which I bought a few months ago. Can I use the third party charger on my laptop? My Asus charger says 100-240V 1.5A ...
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I bought an old computer with the wrong adapter [duplicate]

I bought a new second hand computer with probably the wrong adapter. It's a 30 euro laptop with Windows Vista on it. The girl who sold it to me told me you have to wiggle the plug a little and then it ...
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Power Adaptor Compatibility [duplicate]

my Sony Vaio Power Adaptor broke today and i wondering if i could replace the broken one with the Adaptor from my older Vaio, here are the specs : Broken Adaptor : VGP-AC19V54 Old Adaptor : VGP-...
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Does a more powerfull adapter can damage my laptop? [duplicate]

I have a Toshiba Tecra Z50-C-13Z laptop that accepts a 19V 2.37A power-adapter. Suddenly my is broken, and I could find only 19V 3.42A adapters on Amazon. Could it have negative implications on my ...
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Can I use 7.5VDC @ 1.0A on 6V @ 2.0A device?

Just what the title asks.... Can I use 7.5VDC @ 1.0A on 6V @ 2.0A device? Anyone know the answer?

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