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As long as the output voltage from the power supply is the same as what your laptop needs your good to go, but, also check the output "amps" you need the amps rating to be the same or more on the power supply. The laptop will only draw the amps it needs so if the power supply amps rating is higher no problem, but if the power supply amps rating is lower it could cause the power supply to over heat and maybe die on you.
If you are unsure please check with someone familiar with electrical ratings.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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