Query failed: connection to localhost:9312 failed (errno=111, msg=Connection refused). What's the part # for 1ghz TiBook's power adapter? - Current Mac Hardware Discussions on AppleInsider Forums Toggle navigation All Forums Recent Posts Sign In What's the part # for 1ghz TiBook's power adapter? piwozniak Posted: January 20, 2003 11:44AM in Current Mac Hardware edited January 2014 I need to order one and these are different than older ones. (new power adapters are grounded i believe)So if anyone would be kind enough to take a look i would appreciate it.Thanks! Comments Reply 1 of 11 murbot Posts: 5,262member January 20, 2003 12:27PM Going through the Apple Store, I get this:M8943LL/A Says it's the same for the iBook and PowerBook. Reply 2 of 11 piwozniak Posts: 815member January 20, 2003 1:57PM thanks murbot... but i'm not too sure about this.unless power adapter which is supplied with current iBooks was changed as well.New one uses 3 wire power cord as oposed to 2 wire -old one. (ground)Is there someone with a new TI?thanks anyway. Reply 3 of 11 bperkins Posts: 110member January 20, 2003 3:09PM murbot is correct. I have the box right here in front of me Part # M8943LL/A Model # A102165W. I ordered it for my 1GHZ Ti Reply 4 of 11 murbot Posts: 5,262member January 20, 2003 4:20PM The iBook and PowerBooks use the white little brick adapter, with the 2 prongs that flip up and out of the way to leave a flat surface on all sides for easy storage. You flip the 2 prongs down, and plug it into the wall.The one I just got last week for my 800 MHz iBook is identical to the one I had with my 1 GHz TiBook.There is the extender though that you can attach to it. The 2 prong unit slips off, and you can replace it with the extender to add a few feet to your cord. I'm pretty sure this has a 3 prong end. I don't have it handy to confirm though, but I?m certain it is. Either way, that is the proper part # that you want to order.[ 01-20-2003: Message edited by: murbot ]</p> Reply 5 of 11 murbot Posts: 5,262member January 20, 2003 7:50PM Nope, adapter extender has 2 prongs too dude. Reply 6 of 11 mrmister Posts: 1,095member January 20, 2003 8:02PM It *looks* identical, but the 1Ghz needs a 65W adapter, which is rated higher. Be careful! Reply 7 of 11 murbot Posts: 5,262member January 20, 2003 8:29PM No.They both use <a href="http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPLE/WebObjects/AppleStore?productLearnMore=M8943LL/A" target="_blank">this</a> 65W adapter.[ 01-20-2003: Message edited by: murbot ]</p> Reply 8 of 11 scott Posts: 7,431member January 20, 2003 9:41PM Have you searched Apple's KBase? A good starting point. Reply 9 of 11 drazztikka Posts: 240member January 21, 2003 5:44AM Does anyone also experience noise through your speakers when the adaptor is connected?I use a powerbook 1Ghz 15".I mean, I buy a pro laptop for music and now the damn thing makes noise.It only appears when I use the built-in audio controller, not when I use my external audio interface.greetz Reply 10 of 11 piwozniak Posts: 815member January 21, 2003 6:51AM HiYou were right murbot ;-)I need 65W adapter, and i think old ones were 45 or something like that..They all look the same except when you remove the prong, there is a metal pin (old one was made of plastic. Also new 'extender' cable uses 3 prongs instead of 2. At work i have one of the old ones, and @ home i had the new one. I remembered that there was something different about them, but i wasn't too sure.Thanks guys, i just ordered one, why is this thing soo expensive? (over $100 CAD)...Thanks again Reply 11 of 11 mrmister Posts: 1,095member January 21, 2003 7:37AM I simply meant that the old ones are rated 45 but *look* the same, so be careful...I use all kinds, frankly, but according to Apple I am taking life (and my power manager's survival) into my own hands. So far, so good.So you have to be careful if buying used, or from a store that doesn't have their act together, etc. Sign In or Register to comment.