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Targus APA01 90AC Power Adapter about 2 weeks old- adapter beeps when leads are connected?

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  • shlamoof Apr 04, 2009

    I have the same problem. All of a sudden the cord stopped giving power and started beeping. It's brand new!

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SOURCE: video adapter error in boot - 1 long+2 short beeps

For memory go to pg. 1-14 section 1.7.2, after going over these configurations go to pg. 1-15 & check your current memory against the QVL list. In regards to the NVIDIA 6150 GPU lets check the device manager & see if there is a problem. At display adapters do you see a red X or a yellow ! point? If red X the NVIDIA controller is most likely defective. If a ! point, right click & uninstall device. Before you restart the PC reinstall the chipset drivers from the Asus CD. If the problem failed to resolve you'll have to contact Asus tech EST at 812-282-2787. The tech will run you trough a quick check to be sure the controller is defective & will than give you a case number for a RMA. You'll have to ask to be transfered to the RMA dept to save you from another call. To test your memory 1 dimm at a time download this program for free CrystalMark 0.9.123.404b & check your memory.: http://www.warp2search.net/crystalmark-2004r2-0-9-123-404b-s36517.html
I hope all goes well!
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Posted on Jan 20, 2008

SOURCE: Targus power supply TIP for HP dv2630ea

Did you contact HP?

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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SOURCE: MY TARGUS BLUETOOTH ADAPTER CAN

try getting to correct drivers here:

http://www.targus.com/us/support_downloads.asp

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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SOURCE: 2 yr old toshiba satellite

As long as the output voltage from the power supply is the same as what your laptop needs your good to go, but, also check the output "amps" you need the amps rating to be the same or more on the power supply. The laptop will only draw the amps it needs so if the power supply amps rating is higher no problem, but if the power supply amps rating is lower it could cause the power supply to over heat and maybe die on you.
If you are unsure please check with someone familiar with electrical ratings.

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Power Adapter died

ebay has them $49 the part number to look for is hp-an235d43 , also try google to search for a company

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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