The device runs on 5 VDC. There was an optional adapter available that used the keyboard output, that simply tapped the GND & +5 VDC. On the jack, the interior is +5, the outer contact is GND. The easiest way to power the device is to tap into a free line from your computer power supply. Alternatively, a transformer with 5 VDC 100 mA output should do the trick.
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I tried to look for your solution but at present i can only tell that it can work with windows NT as an operating system but if you wish me to dig in deep give me another 12 hrs will deffinetly give you a solution. If you don't wish to change your OS and kindly don't throw it keep it till i raise my hands up.
1. Go to: http://www.geniusnet.com/2. Click on "Service & Support"3. Click on "User's Manual"4. Click on the tab labelled "Tablet"5. Find your tablet model on the page.6. Click on the appropriate language listed opposite to your tablet's model. The download of your tablet's user manual will start.
I had a similar problem years ago w/ my ss III 12x12 that had worked flawlessly for years. I talked to tech support and they said move it away from monitor (crt) or other source of RF interference - this did not help mine. I tried replacing the power supply w/ generic one - no help. I noticed that the power supply voltage was spiking when check w/o load. After talking to an electric guy I know, he suggested a voltage regulator. Finally I built a home-made voltage regulator and wired it into the generic supply line -Problem solved This was about 10 years ago - still working good today.