I'd buy a matching one. It's the difference between 90 and 120 W. Modern laptops do with 65 W, but yours not, apparently.
Hello everyone, I have a alternate laptop PSU that I am hoping is compatible with my current laptop. The factory one is failing on me. I would have posted pics for this, but I didn't see any options to do it...
I am copying exactly what the ratings are on each. The factory/failing unit is rated,
INPUT: 100-240V ~ 50-60Hz 2.0A
OUTPUT: 19v == 6.32A. - C---+
The alternate supply that I'm hoping will work is rated,
OUTPUT: 19V == 4.74A
Now that I'm actually seeing them side by side, I'm thinking the output Amp 4.74A might be an issue? But, since I know that just a hairs difference can turn things really bad really quick, I'm hoping I can get a expert opinion/answer to it.