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Windows 7: Inspiron zino 400 HD Crashes /// Will This AC Adapter Blow it Up?


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04 Jan 2011   #1

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Inspiron zino 400 HD Crashes /// Will This AC Adapter Blow it Up?

My mother's Inspiron zino 400 HD, which came back to be fixed after the longest amount of time, kept crashing after I put it on High Performance with this AC adapter in it. I then decided to turn it back to Balanced, and managed to stay on for an hour before turning it off. What can I do to solve this issue?

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~Specifics of the AC adapter~
Output Current: 4.68 Amp
S/N: S1133101
Type: HOME POWER SUPPLY
Input Voltage: 114 v ~ 240 v
Output Voltage: 19.24 V
Watt: 90 Watt
This thing supplies 90W, though the computer apparently is only supposed to take 65W (according to a person on Dell help/chat). He/She informed me that the AC adapter will actually blow the computer up (in some way). Is this possible, or no? I would really like to get back to Modern Warfare 2 and some HL2 mods.

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Dear yarow12;

Don't worry the 90w adapter will 100% safe for your laptop and it bring even better power charge time then 65w adapter . The reason i sell this 90w adapter because i want all my buyer has better result. It cost more then 65w adapter .

don't worry.

thank you
This is what the guy/chick from Monster Parts told me.

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04 Jan 2011   #2

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