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I need a replacement power supply for a Compaq Presario SR5402FH. I don't want to pay HP prices, but need the correct replacement ($30 range). Help?
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You just need an ATX Power Supply. Online retailers like Newegg.com or TigerDirect.com sell tons of these at very good prices. The main thing you want to look at that it has the correct amount connections, according to my research the exact power supply has (1) 20pin (or 20+4pin) power plug, (1) 4pin cpu power plug, (5) Molex 4pin plugs, (2) 4pin floppy drive connectors, and (1) aux plug. Your computer probably doesn't use all these, just so you know.

In my experience, your computer more than likely only uses the 20pin, 4pin cpu power, 2-3 or possibly as many as 4 Molex plugs, 1 floppy, and probably DOES NOT use the AUX plug. Here is the link to ebay for a replacement power supply for an outrageous price where it shows all the plugs... Compaq Presario SR5402FH

Here is the one I suggest that fits your price range: Cooler Master 400watt PSU

I hope that helps.

Edited by Ferrari, 04 February 2010 - 08:28 PM.

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