Question about Electronics - Others
Some USB flash disks need to draw too much power for use on particular laptops, as Laptops tend to have USB ports which only have a low current draw,
the only way around this is to buy a "Powered" USB Hub (IE a USB hub with it's own plugtop power supply).
My Portable HDD is exactly the same way, and doesn't work on some laptops for this very reason.
Posted on Oct 29, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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