How do i know which power cord to get for hp notebook?
Look on the bottom of the laptop sometimes under the battery for the Volts and Amps. Look on the AC adaptors for the Volts and Amps. Just match them.
Do all HP laptops have the same charger?
HP laptops do not have one single compatible laptop charger. Before attempting to purchase a compatible replacement laptop charger for your HP, it is worth checking with the manufacturer for compatibility with your PC.
How do I know which charger I need for my laptop?
The main element you’ll want to look for is the output voltage for the charger (sometimes referred to as DC voltage). Check in your laptop manual for the voltage requirements or look at the original power supply if you still have it. It will often be something like this: OUTPUT: 19VDC 3.42A.
How do I know what kind of HP laptop I have?
Click the Windows “Start” button and type “HP” in the Search field. Choose “HP Support Assistant” from the displayed results. Your model number and other information will be displayed along the bottom edge of the Support Assistant window.
Can you use any HP charger on a HP laptop?
If the voltage is different or if the watts of the charger is less than the laptop needs yes it can cause problems. Also an ill-fitting plug is a problem. So really you only want to use the “right” adapter for your laptop and not a near-miss.
Can I use a different power cord for my laptop?
Laptops can share power cords so long as the adapter’s wattage and connector tip is correct and compatible for each laptop you wish to use it with.
How do I know what size power adapter I need?
If you go into a shop you can compare and test the connector size, or if you are technically minded you can measure the size of the port and pin yourself. If you are measuring you need the diameter of the center pin for the (ID) and the inner diameter of the port (OD).
How do I know what size power supply plug I have?
Connector size is often listed in the format OD (outer diameter) × ID (inner diameter) × L (length of barrel) and expressed in millimeters. Designations may vary between manufacturers. Coaxial plugs that have a male center pin will have another measurement, Center Pin Diameter (CPD).
How can I find the specs of my laptop?
To check your PC hardware specs, click on the Windows Start button, then click on Settings (the gear icon). In the Settings menu, click on System. Scroll down and click on About. On this screen, you should see specs for your processor, Memory (RAM), and other system info, including Windows version.
What year is my HP laptop?
Look for the numbers directly after the year in your serial number. The four digits representing the year your computer was manufactured will be followed by two digits representing the week that your computer was manufactured.
What do HP laptop model numbers mean?
In some instance, the number represents the display’s estimated size. The dv5t has a 14.5-inch display, so the 5 represents 15 inches, instead. Elitebooks and ProBooks have more numbers in the product name, so it is the second number that refers to the screen size.
Are all HP power cords the same?
HP laptops are available in a variety of models and they do not always share the same power requirements. Anyone that forces an HP laptop to use a charger from a different model exposes their machine to all sorts of dangers. This is true for every brand, not just HP.
Do HP laptops come with a charger?
The AC adapter that comes with the PC is able to charge the battery as long as the battery is installed in the PC. Sorry, there was a problem. Please try again later. Yes a Battery charger does come with this laptop.
Are all computer power cords the same?
Power cords for desktop computers are the same. There are regional differences due to the configuration of the plugs around the world, but that is it. If you have one that works in your area of the world on one desktop, it can be freely moved to any other desktop.
How do I choose the right power supply for my electronics?
This one is pretty simple. If your device needs 9V, you need a 9V power supply. If your device needs 5V, you need a 5V supply. Also, if your device needs a DC voltage (which is the most common), you need a DC output from your power supply.
Can I use 12V adapter for 15V?
Distinguished. Assuming the polarity is correct, plugging in a 12V input to a device requiring 15V won’t do any damage, however if you undervolt an amplifier, you may get clipping or other distortion.