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Replacement power cord 90 watts vs OEM 65 watts

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Original power cord for G72 was labeled 65 watt and the HP replacement is a 90 watt cord.  Will this make a difference?  Voltage is the same.  It's just the watts that is higher.  I'd hate to have my laptop (not notebook.  Notebooks are made of paper.  Stop it.) go all melty on me.  Read some stories about that, and so I have a few reservations.  Thanks for your time.

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You will be fine with using the 90 watt adapter, it is more important that it has the right connector to fit your notebook

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