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First thing I would do is check the outgoing voltage from the adapter. If it is going bad the faulty regulator could end up frying your motherboard. Laptops are very finicky about their power and it does not take much to screw them up permanently. Think simple first as in power adapter, then DC jack problem, then motherboard power circuit.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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