Connecting with charger generating flickers on laptop

Dec 8, 2017 4:55AM PST

I have ASUA A52j laptop, when I am charging, my display started generating random flickers and then monitor froze, finally shuts down suddenly, although the laptop is on. Please help.

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Re: charger
Dec 8, 2017 5:09AM PST

- And it was an original ASUS charger with the right voltage wattage? Or an unsuitable third party charger?
- What happens if you disconnect the charger, turn the laptop off and reboot?

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Original charger was lost
Dec 8, 2017 7:29AM PST

Thanks Kees_B, unfortunately it was is a third party charger I bought. My original charger was lost, but I matched the exact voltage when bought. Disconnecting charger solve the problems, laptop works fine on battery mood. I bought two chargers actually, same problem.

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Any chance to return these
Dec 8, 2017 7:46AM PST

And get one from ASUS? I've bought parts from ASUS USA PARTS many times over the years.

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Trying to use battery doctor type software
Dec 9, 2017 12:34AM PST

Thanks, its hard to find the original adapter here, currently trying to solve the problem with different software (although I know its not possible). Probably I have to move to new adapter.

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I've yet to find software to fix battery or adapter issues.
Dec 9, 2017 7:57AM PST

I see this is a fairly high Watt adapter. Is your replacement rated for the 90 Watts?

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