REALLY NEED YOUR HELP! using my PC abroad

  monkeypalm 10:45 09 Jan 03
  monkeypalm 10:45 09 Jan 03


i need your help. i have recently splashed out on a new computer with all the trimmings. im going to use it to help me get ajob when i go to australia. but then i suddenly had a crisis-- will it work over there? does anybody know what difference the power supply will make? i think it is a similar voltage (mains) but not exactly the same, can i just buy a bunch of adapters and the pc will still work??

any help much appreciated.

  €dstow 10:53 09 Jan 03

Just buy a new mains cable when you get there. Cost about A$5


  hgrock 11:02 09 Jan 03

2 best options, either buy an adapter for Australia, or change the plug on the end of your laptop cable to an Aussie one when you get there, works a treat , i just did that in LA

  monkeypalm 14:28 09 Jan 03

cheers people... will get me a new mains cable... available from high street shops i suppose?

thanks again.

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