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When connecting usb, error - hub strength exceeded

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The GPS is probably trying to charge over the usb cable.
you have a few options:


1. plug the gps directly into your pc directly. shuffle some low-power device (such as a tablet or mouse) onto the hub if you don't have any free ports.

2. if you have the power supply for your hub, plug it into the hub and if there is a SELF/BUS switch on the hub, set it to SELF.

3. if you have a separate power supply for the gps, use it. if you charge the gps first by some other means (ie: the car charger), then it won't **** so much power from your hub.

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