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From the information you gave, my guess is that there's a problem with the power supply section of your laptop, or the chargers that you're buying aren't actually compatible... but it's more likely that it's the first case. If the laptop is under warranty, you should contact ASUS and get them to repalce the motherboard. If not, you could spend a lot of money replacing power cords every week. Good luck!
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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