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Power cord The power cord does not fit the connection and I constantly get shut down. I have just enough time to turn off the computer to prevent losing everything. Can I get a new poser cord?

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You whould be able to get the right powercord from any reputable computer repair center or you can go thru the manufacture of the computer to get it ok best regards mike

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