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Start simple and try another adapter, I usually advise people when this occurs to take it to a local pc shop where they can do some very quick power tests right on the desk there. Trying another adapter is step one, then a test of the DC jack is step 2 and then on to the rest of the power circuit of the motherboard is more extensive and needs a system teardown.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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