Correct power supply for rewritable drive?

I have an external Yamaha CD rewritable drive that worked very well and I'd like to use again to rip my CD collection, but I have misplaced the power supply.

Does this drive require a power "brick" or just a cord?

It's Yamaha CRW 2100E, and the diagram on the drive looks like this for DC input (I can't post image). The 0s represent four circles. "G" is linked to the two middle circles, which are actually equidistant from each other.
+5V        G      +12V
0            00           0

Thank you,

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That looks to be some standard drive.
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PS. Better yet. Get this one.

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