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When the red light is on it is to indicate that the charger is getting power from the wall outlet. If there is a second light that normally comes on Green when charging pay close attention to it when you first plug the charger in. See if it blinks even once then turns off. If it does that means the charger is not seeing any battery voltage at the plug that goes into the chair. If the green light does not blink at all then it usually means the charger is defective. Also most wheelchair battery chargers will not charge the batteries if the chair is to dead to even turn on.
you'd do better taking it to a pc tech. hooking up anything wrong would spell disaster. having said that, there are only 5 kinds of plugs on the board: USB, Audio, Power, intrusion switch, and fans. Power ones are big and come from a big silver box with thick wires. USB ones are smaller but are bunched into a thick cable that houses several smaller wires and leads to a 9 post square jack. The audio wire looks *almost* like the USB wire, but it is usually yellow, where the USB one is green blue and/or black. The fan wires go to the case fan, cpu fan, and any other fans installed. finally there are some systems that have chassis intrusion switches that trigger an alert to let you know the case was opened (in case you suspect someone tampered with your pc's innards). The 9 in one card reader is not much more than a USB device. It would attach to any one of the 9 pin USB points on the system board. It usually looks like this [::::.]
Try replacing USB cable... If that doesn't work try to plug it in different USB port... If that doesn't help then it could be HDD housing problem... In some cases light can be green if there is power, but that doesn't mean that HDD or it's housing are actually good... If Cable replacement doesn't fix your problem it could be HDD or housing related... Check your warranty...
One more thing when you plug in you're HDD put it on you're ear and if you hear looping spinning sound then HDD "died"...
The 9 lock key means that your Number lock key is on. The blue light usually means that your blue tooth is on. Try connecting an external USB keyboard to see if it functions normally. If so then you need to have your keyboard replaced.
3 x 9 indicates that the minimum magnification is 3 times normal, and the maximum is 9 times normal. The last number (40) indicates a 40mm objective lens (the one furthest away from your eye). This is an indicator of the scopes ability to gather light from the environment. The larger the objective lens, the better it can gather light, and the brighter the view appears.
9 flashes should only occur if you are trying to print directly from a non-compatible digital camera. Check where your USB cable is plugged into the printer. The cable coming from the computer should go into a 'square' port in the back of the printer -- not the rectangular port on the lower right side of the front of the printer.
Hiya--the green headlamp logo on the instrument panel comes on automatically after you start up the engine.
The green light comes on when your headlight switch is on 'auto' until you turn it to 'parking lights' or 'full on' function, that'll turn off the green light...it's normal.
The other thing is if one of 2 headlight bulb reach the end of bulb life, the green light will flash on/off a few times then stay off....until you or the garage shop put in new headlight bulb.
First thing u have to know that why it is not working. Windows98se does'nt support usb v2.0. by default it recognize 1.0 so u have to install usb v2.0 driver if u have latest version then u have to check the usb cable that u r connecting to u r Card Reader ir u have another usb device then connet that usb device with that same usb cable if it's work then u r problem get solved it means the problem with u r usb cable change the cable. one more thing if u r connecting same cable and same card reader then pls do one thing change the mamory card that u r using may be that mamory card have some problem.