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    Tough One: Hope you can Help (memorex external dvd drive)?

    Ok, so I got a great deal on a memorex external 18x dvd+rw/dvd-rw drive. And two weeks later, as I'm plugging in the ac adapter to the back of the drive, one of the prongs breaks and I no longer have power to it. Now, Here's the problem: Where the AC/DC converter power cable plugs into the back of the drive, it is an S-video tip. It doesn't just look like one, it IS one. I tried one of my s-video cables lying around and it fit PERFECTLY. I have tried everything (even calling up memorex) and I am completely stumped. I only payed for the drive brand new on ebay, now they're like . Can anybody tell me where to get another power cable??? Please!!!

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    if you live on the west coast, try Fry's


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