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For this laptop, I cannot find an adapter from HP on their website, so the OEM adapter may be “EOL” at this point. For this model, you may need to settle on a used OEM adapter. The HP Spare# is '''239705-001'''.
 
I’m not going to make any recommendations on where to buy it, but what I would do is take the Spare# and check sites like eBay for it specifically. You may need to supply your own power cord, but the brick shouldn’t be that expensive. They tend to go for $10-20 on eBay, new or used. They’re so cheap because of the sheer amount of dead units that came up over the years, while the adapters often held up longer then the computer itself. People usually find the adapter after realizing the computer died years ago, and sell it.
I’m not going to make any recommendations on where to buy it, but what I would do is take the Spare# and check sites like eBay for it specifically. You may need to supply your own power cord, but the brick shouldn’t be that expensive. They tend to go for $10-20 on eBay, new or used. They’re so cheap because of the sheer amount of dead units that came up over the years, while the adapters often held up longer then the computer itself. People usually find the adapter after realizing the computer died years ago, and sell it.
 
Don’t spend a lot on this laptop - it’s a Vista era HP from 2007. It probably only still works because it’s not one of the nVidia units, which are basically all dead, or dying at this point.

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For this laptop, I cannot find an adapter from HP on their website, so the OEM adapter may be “EOL” at this point. For this model, you may need to settle on a used OEM adapter. The HP Spare# is '''239705-001'''.
 
I’m not going to make any recommendations on where to buy it, but what I would do is take the Spare# and check sites like eBay for it specifically. You may need to supply your own power cord, but the brick shouldn’t be that expensive. They tend to go for $10-20 on eBay, new or used. They’re so cheap because of the sheer amount of dead units that came up over the years, while the adapters held up longer then the computer itself.
 
Don’t spend a lot on this laptop - it’s a Vista era HP from 2007. It probably only still works because it’s not one of the nVidia units, which are basically all deaddead, or dying at this point.
Don’t spend a lot on this laptop - it’s a Vista era HP from 2007. It probably only still works because it’s not one of the nVidia units, which are basically all deaddead, or dying at this point.

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For this laptop, I cannot find an adapter from HP on their website, so the OEM adapter may be “EOL” at this point. For this model, you may need to settle on a used OEM adapter. The HP Spare# is '''239705-001'''.
 
I’m not going to make any recommendations on where to buy it, but what I would do is take the Spare# and check sites like eBay for it specifically. You may need to supply your own power cord, but the brick shouldn’t be that expensive. They tend to go for $10-20 on eBay, new or used. They’re so cheap because of the sheer amount of dead units that came up over the years, while the adapters held up longer then the computer itself.

Don’t spend a lot on this laptop - it’s a Vista era HP from 2007. It probably only still works because it’s not one of the nVidia units, which are basically all dead at this point.
I’m not going to make any recommendations on where to buy it, but what I would do is take the Spare# and check sites like eBay for it specifically. You may need to supply your own power cord, but the brick shouldn’t be that expensive. They tend to go for $10-20 on eBay, new or used. They’re so cheap because of the sheer amount of dead units that came up over the years, while the adapters held up longer then the computer itself.

Don’t spend a lot on this laptop - it’s a Vista era HP from 2007. It probably only still works because it’s not one of the nVidia units, which are basically all dead at this point.

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For this laptop, I cannot find an adapter from HP on their website, so the OEM adapter may be “EOL” at this point. For this model, you may need to settle on a used OEM adapter. The HP Spare# is '''239705-001'''.
 
I’m not going to make any recommendationsrecommendations on where to buy it, but what I would do is take the Spare# and check sites like eBay for it specifically. You may need to supply your own power cord, but the brick shouldn’t be that expensive. They tend to go for $10-20 on eBay, new or used.
I’m not going to make any recommendationsrecommendations on where to buy it, but what I would do is take the Spare# and check sites like eBay for it specifically. You may need to supply your own power cord, but the brick shouldn’t be that expensive. They tend to go for $10-20 on eBay, new or used.

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For this laptop, I cannot find an adapter from HP on their website, so the OEM adapter may be “EOL” at this point. For this model, you may need to settle on a used OEM adapter. The HP Spare# is '''239705-001'''.

I’m not going to make any recommendations, but what I would do is take the Spare# and check sites like eBay for it specifically. You may need to supply your own power cord, but the brick shouldn’t be that expensive. They tend to go for $10-20 on eBay, new or used.

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