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You can use any generic power supply which will give 19V at at least 4.5A. IIRC there are a number which do 19V at 5A available from any largish online electronics retailer (I'm in the UK so I don't know who in Canada would be good for this). I presume by pci card you mean PCMCIA (now often called simple "PC"). No, you don't need that to boot it. However, if there is a card missing from the back of the machine, that's a little worrying - PC card slots are usually on the side. There are a few laptops which really do have a mini PCI slot but that also doesn't normally need anything in it for the the machine to boot.
Posted on Sep 29, 2007
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