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Boot into windows and press ctrl+alt+up 

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Dear jungk1990,

I hear you screaaming for help, so here is the way...

Try to write down you Power Resource on down side of your laptop (You Must Turn IT UPSIDE Down To see it Clearly!!).

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Write it ACCURATELY (I mean the DC Voltage And the Ampere (mA) range..)

In the flash, visit (meaning: You drive you car or call a cab to drop you..eh eh.) the nearest computer Mall or Electronic center in your City, ASK FOR "UNIVERSAL LAPTOP CHARGER" !!

Match the voltage spec. with your note.. As far as the range is match, you can convince yourself to buy it, the UNIVERSAL LAPTOP CHARGER should come with several VARIOUS power jack that interchangeable to fit your inlet powerjack on your laptop. Better you bring your laptop and ask the Store-staff to help you out. That's it!

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