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Yes, there is a way to do this. It's called an "inverter" and what it does is convert 12v/24v to 110v/220v - you can get them from most electrical retailers and increasingly from car parts retailers as well.
The little inverter box will provide you with one or two standard sockets, into which you can plug your notebook power supply normally.
BE CAREFUL about how long you use one without the engine running, though, as changing the voltage that far draws heavily on the vehicles battery.
Posted on May 26, 2008
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