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Dynex usb 1.14-port hub with power adapter device driver

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It's a hub. What drivers?

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When i put the USB cable and connect to the LAP, its not getting charged. How can i solve the problem? do i need to install any software?


Hi - when you say "LAP" I assume you mean laptop or notebook computer. Some computer USB ports do not have sufficient power to charge (or operate) devices like cellphones, GPS, large external hard drives, etc. You may be able to charge if you disconnect all other USB devices that aren't needed to run the computer. In order to get around the problem without having to do all that, either purchase an external charger for the GPS (which may be fairly expensive) or purchase a powered USB hub.

An external powered USB hub looks like a traditional USB hub, except for the fact that it has a power cord to connect to your home power outlets. The power cord will often look like AC adapter. The powered USB hub is ideal because they provide additional USB ports, are fairly inexpensive, they provide all the power for the USB devices that are connect to them (the computer's internal power supply is not used) and it can power or charge devices connected to them without needed the computer to be powered on. Simply plug the USB hub into a USB port, and AC power source - then connect the devices that need a large amount of power to the hub's USB ports instead of the computer's USB ports.

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The parts included with powered USB hub (clockwise from left): USB hub, USB connecting cable and AC power adapter.

Many powered hubs will work without the power adapter - however they will supply power to the devices connected from the computer's internal power supply.

I hope this helps and good luck! Please rate my reply. Thank you.

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When my computer searches for new hardware, it recognizes it and then installs it as "Unknown Device" The device still will not work, however, because when I check it in the device manager it...


This device should be recognized automaticaly by the OS. There are some issues with Windows 7, though.
Make sure you are trying to plug it in a 2. USB port, rather than 1.1. This might cause you trouble (even though this will not be a problem if you have a new computer)
Connect the hub to the external powercord. Sometimes it is not recognized because the hub cannot drain enough energy from the port.
if you are using a desktop pc, make sure it is plugged in the rear usb ports and not at the ones up front.
refer to the manual for further assistance: http://www.dynexproducts.com/cms/documents/DX-B4PORT-B7PORT_09-0962_QSG_V4_ENG_Final_lr.pdf

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I use a Dynex USB 2.0 4-Port hub in a mailing machine. I keep getting brand new hubs that quit and won't power up. Leaving all the same cables and plugging in a new hub and it powers up. I am also...


You are probably putting too much current through the hub. 1 USB port is good for 500mA, and since this splits 1 into 4, you're working with 125mA per device if you have 4 things connected. Find a powered hub instead.

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My dynex 4-port works without having external power connected. I thought part of the purpose of the bridge was to isolate the motherboard USB power from the device, but it appears to be bridged thru to the...


The hub will not isolate connected devices from your motherboard. However, when you use the hub with its own power supply it will pull less power from the motherboard.

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HPNA setup


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My dynex usb hub is not working


You need to unplug the power adapter from the wall, and disconnect the usb cord from the PC/laptop for at least 30 seconds. Then plug everything back in. Apparently this model suffers from static electricity from time to time. I have this hub also and it works every time.

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first check the usb driver is installed & usb in enabled in device manager

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You can get a PCMCIA adapter with 4 USB v.2.0 slots on eBay. It requires power from the USB port on the laptop, but the pigtail connector is included. Works like a charm! Comes from China just like everything else in this country.

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Usb hub


here's the compatibility requirements:

Compatibility PC with Intel® Pentium® processor; Windows 98 SE, 2000, ME or XP;
Mac PowerPC processor; OS 8.6-9.x, 10.X and later

http://www.dynexproducts.com/pc-357-2-dynex-7-port-usb-20-hub.aspx

you might want to update your drivers to the latest version
http://www.dynexproducts.com/t-drivers.aspx

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