My elite book 1030 G2 comes with a genuine 65W adapter (19.5V, 3.33A) as documented on website. As my house doesn't have any electric earthing/ Grounding system, I experience electrical leakage when my body part (such as up/down sides of hands not palm) touches the laptop body (Metal Body laptop).
But when I use a 45W genuine adapter (19.5V, 2.31A), electrical leakage never happens.
As Installation of electric grounding is not possible, Can I use 45W adapter as my daily driver for my elite book?
I know the ampere in both charger is different, recharging duration will be different.
Will different ampere affect my motherboard/Battery/Battery Charging IC/ adapter itself?
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