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Need a power adapter for firelite fwfl100-n

I need to power my firelite fwfl100-n to be able to read it on my laptop. The drive is in good condition because I can work with it on my imac, and on my m17 inch macbook pro, but not on a regular macbook. Which ac adapter should I get?

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My Smartdisk Firelite 80 gig Mini-Drive will not power up when plugged into the front or rear USB Ports (Windows XP Pro System). Last used successfully on 4-Apr-08 with no issues. Any suggestions?

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Need to know what AC adapter to use with my Firelite. Have a number of AC adapters but not sure which one goes with my unit


First ..this is an usb disk ..and usually it does not need an external power supply but in special cases when it is plugged in something it can not sustain it ..i understood it does have a power supply plug ..but ..I repeat ..it should work on the usb alone ..and get the power from it ..
If you experience some issues and need to know if ti will work when you power it external ..the values are written on the back of teh drive ..or near the plug ..You will only need to have the right jack ..and the voltage to match ..beware of any higher voltage ..it may damage it right the way ..

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Does the firelight model fwfl100-n need a power cord? It has a power input. When I attach it to my MAC with the firewire, it does not show up on my desktop, but a light goes on at the end of the...


Yes it does require power input. I have one and I noticed that as well when you plug it into via USB it does have the light. Although it has never worked for me without the AC Power input.
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I have a Verbatium USB160 S/N JH8Y01 When I plug it into my laptop all I get is a flashing light on the drive. It did work at one time and I was able to back up to it. I read that the usb cable that came...


Does the drive have external power (D.C.) adapter? If not try to use a 2 ended usb plug to make sure the drive is being powered up. Does the computer see the drive? go to my computer\manage\diskdrives

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Adding to ubuntu desktop


it could be that power isn't sufficient on the USB connection. you might need to plug in your AC adapter.

Also this drive has both FireWire and USB ports on it.

To get it working, make sure that the AC adapter is supplying power, and that USB is connected correctly, then re-boot.

Ubuntu should recognize the drive.

Command line tools that may help are

lsusb

this shows which devices are connected via USB to your computer.

dmesg | less

will help you look for the drive's identification and recognition by the computer, providing information such as vendor strings, capacity, and device assignments.

Good luck.

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My verbatim usb160 worked the first four times I used it, but now my laptop is not reading the drive. It does work on my home computer. But if I can't transfer my data, what's the point?


There may be several causes for that.
If you say, that the drive reads OK on a desktop computer, but not on a laptop, then the drive itself is fine.

First, try to establish, whether the drive spins up correctly when attached to a laptop. Hard drives need a considerable amount of power to spin up (the first second or so), usually slightly above the 0.5 Amp limit that USB specifications require. Desktop computers, as they have a large power supply, can output this momentary extra current without problem, whereas laptops, where power is tightly controlled (to facilitate longer opearation on battery), may have the output power more strictly limited. Try all the available USB sockets on your laptop, sometimes one of them will be able to give just enough power.

If the drive spins up correctly, and you hear the familiar "USB device attached" sound, then the next step will be to check the Disk Management if the drive is seen by the system.
Assuming you have Windows XP or Vista, go to Administrative Tools and find Disk Management (you can also right-click the My Computer icon on desktop and choose Manage).
When you click Disk Management on the left, you will see on the right side the drives and volumes found on the computer. If you see, apart from your first hard disk (the one that contains the C: drive volume), another disk of the size similar to the size of your USB drive, we're good. You can right click the volume on this drive and choose "Assign drive letter", choosing a letter near the end of the alphabet, like "V" for Verbatim for example. Confirm the operation, and go to My Computer to see if the drive appeared as a V: drive.
Good luck, and don't forget to come back with a testimonial if helped :)

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Need drivers


Below is the link for the FireLite 160GB portable HD. Drivers are only needed for win98. 2000/xp/vista are plug and play. The manuals are included at this link.

http://www.verbatim.com/support/support.cfm?part_number=firelite+160gb+usb&x=56&y=11

Additionally, there could be a problem with power supply. A switch is on the back...USB or EXT. EXT is for an external supply. (http://www.verbatim.com/products/detail.cfm?product_id=38819801-1143-3415-5FE3682C49A8E37F&cat_id=3883B708-1143-3415-5FB9F3C74069A098) USB is naturally for a USB cable. Clicking might indicate low power when using USB. Switch to the external adapter or get a USB cable with two connectors for the computer (the extral cable draws more power),

good luck.

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Miising power supply


It takes a 5V adapter
Here is the part number
C14627 - AC ADAPTER FOR USB BUS-POWERED FIRELITE - ACFLB
Hope this helps!

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Attach external hard drive


firewire adapters only fit into firewire sockets..if you don't have that upgrade, you most likely only have USB ports..

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