Question about HP Compaq Presario C304NR Notebook
My original laptop charger burnt out. Can I replace it with a charger from the same company but a bit larger in voltage and watts? My original charger is 65W and the new one is 90W. My original charger's input is 100-240V 1.6A 50-60 Hz and output is 18.5V 3.5A. The new input is 100-240V 2.4A 50-60 Hz and output is 18.5V 4.9A. The negative and positives are all the same and stuff.
It hardly matters if u are using a 90 watt adapter instead of a 65watt
it will charger the battery much more faster
so you can use it
it should power on your system without the battery.... just check that first
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
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