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Power Supply I am needing to buy a new power supply for my HP 516X System # DK397A and am not sure exactly which one to buy I was given a part # but that didn't help me any. Can you tell me of a brand that would work in my computer so we can get it up and running again....Thanx

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The power supply should be FSP200-60SPV-D - 200 Watt ATX Power Supply, its the common replacement power supply for HP, Compaq. You go to a store and ask for the FSP200-60SPV-D - 200 Watt ATX Power Supply, its the one you need

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