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Re: power supply problem
You can get from the manufacturer, however many retailers carry universal power cords, ie radioshack, best buy, circuit city. To get just an end to splice on to your existing cord that would be from the manufacturer as those are proprietary. Just a word of warning if you are going to replace the cord you're lookin at about 80 bucks for a universal, as laptops use odd voltages at high amperage. Bring it in to retailer or bring the model number so it can be matched up properly.
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Do you mean what power supply to install inside of the computer? There is no power supply that plugs into the back of a desktop computer. If you are talking about what power plug goes into the back, Then any pc 3 slot female plug should work. The link below should give you an idea. If the link doesn't show, Then search for "computer power cords"
It's possible that the power supply is broken, which moves power from the battery/power cord to the rest of the computer. This requires soldering to repair. However, there are a number of things which could be wrong with the computer, almost all of which will require a technician to repair.
Seems more like a problem with the power receptacle where you plug the power cord into the laptop.In order to fix this problem, you will need to disassemble the unit to get access to the motherboard & replace the power receptacle with a good one.
There should be ONE stereo miniplug to be connected to the headphones output of the computer, and one power supply plug to be connected to the AC adapter. These speakers do need a power supply, since they have an internal amplifier.
it easy , understand this the white plug with 15 pins in it connect on the mainboard you will see the same size on the mnaiboard and its white too , the grey wires are called IDE 1 and IDE 2 and the ohter one is floppy that one is smaller in size make sure by plug it in too the mainboard look for asmall cut in the plug on the mainboard that is how you find the grey plug in and it go in one side
Is the cord broken in the computer, or the monitor or the pin broken and stuck in the machine? If it is in a desktop it goes into the power supply. Which you can change the whole power supply fairly cheap. that is if it in a desk top computer. 4 screws, 4 or 5 connectors and ta da new power supply, All you need is readings off power supply such as wattage. Good luck
Three possible reasons why this has happened 1 - The power supply cord has a faulty or broken wire somewhere and needs repairing. Take a good look and see if you notice anything out of the ordinary (UNPLUG THE POWER CABLE FROM SOCKET AND COMPUTER BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO LOOK) 2 - There could be a physical problem with the plug or socket for where it connects to your laptop and needs to repaired or replaced 3 - The computer has short circuited with the power cable socket in your laptop preventing any power for the Laptop
You may have a broken solder connection - some sort of broken or intermittent connection. Common problems are broken solder connections at the power jack (inside the laptop). If this is the case, the laptop will need to be disassembled for repairs to be made. Note: There are online sites with DC power jacks available, crossed by Model number.
Wiring can also break (external to the laptop) especially if the wire/cord is flexed frequently (like when wrapped up to put into the laptop bag). Sometimes there is no external evidence of a break.
Also, if indeed your laptop has a pig-tale as you describe, the jack where you connect might be worn out- just not making contact with the plug.
Find someone with a little tech savvy, if necessary, and locate the exact nature of the bad connection, and make repairs from there.
May be the power supply gor affected by the damage because the cd rom busted so better than trying to use the same power supply better get another new one because it may damage the other parts of the computer.......