So after having pretty well established that getting my old 7567 battery charging fixed would involve a motherboard replacement, I started searching around for a new laptop. I found an open box special at a local retailer for a ridiculously low price, and of course it was a Dell. But it was just too good a bargain to pass up, and in many ways it was just what I was looking for. The problem was it didn't have a power adapter. For some reason I assumed since the laptop had a different connector, I wouldn't have to deal with the charger identification nonsense that I had to deal with on my old laptop. Boy, was I wrong. I bought a generic adapter from said retailer and I ran into some of the same problems I had had before; it would power the laptop, but would not charge the battery. Fortunately this new laptop had a USB-C connector. I found that the bloody laptop *would* charge with a 65w USB charger connected - sort of. For some reason the Dell only recognizes the charger as a 60w charger, even though it is really a 65w charger. I get a BIOS message during POST that the connected adapter is only 60w, but the laptop requires a 65w adapter. It will top off the battery and power the laptop, but the CPU throttles during high usage. Here are the new laptop's model number and specs: Dell Inspiron 15" 7000 2-in-1 (model 7586) Intel i7-8565u Nvidia MX150 2GB 16GB DDR4-2400 RAM 512GB Toshiba NVMe SSD UHD 4K IPS 15.6" touchscreen display For now I'm limping along on 7 out of 8 cylinders, but it would be nice to get my laptop performing at full power. Am I going to have to buy an adapter from Dell?