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I thought I could just plug it into my USB port on my computer but the cables has two port inserts - one regular sized and the other smaller. I have no where to plug in the smaller insert.
The ones that I have seen have 7 ports 5 in back 2 on top these are called Type A USB ports, to the left of the back ports the power port is there. To the right, there is a smaller port usually a USB Mini B or Micro A port that is where the small end plugs into and the Type A on the cable goes to your computer.
Posted on Jan 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dynex 4 port Hub
Try to assign an IP address to the second computer like 192.168.0.101 Subnet 255.255.255.0 and Default gateway 192.168.0.1
Note: This one is an example of IP address, the IP address that you need to assign is in range to the router that you have or with in range to the modem.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
Most USB hubs do not need an external power supply, except when a connected USB device draws more power than the computer/laptop USB port can supply. In this case an external power supply will need to be connected to the USB hub.
Normally this would be a 5 volt power supply, but make sure the polarity on the connector matches the power connector on the hub, check the label on the hub, sometimes it states to power requirements of the hub as well as the polarity on the connector. Normally the pin on the hub's power connector is positive (ie. +5V)
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
Your problems with the Belkin 7 port are not due to the Dell computer or the XP OS. To problem solve, select on USB port and stay with it, not the 2 top ports for your keyboard and mouse.
1. Plug in the power adapter, wiggle it about, widen the prongs, change outlets at the 120 v. end.
2. Use an simple hand magnifier and peer closely at the DC input plug and be positive that the center post and the minue side piece of metal if in firm constact with the plug. If cannot insure a firm fit, sligtly bend that tiny metal piece towards center. Option 2, use another adaptor with the precise voltage as the original and the idential pin that inserts into the module.
3. Use another or new USB connector.
This list does not imply a specific order of diagnosis. Your fundamental problem is the failure to delive DC power to the Belkin hub or to capture the hub to USB port signal. In a phrase, you gotta short somewhere.not an issue with the computer or the XP operating system. Bill Miller
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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