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I guess the first thing you need is the USB cable. Tahe a good photo of USB output of your turntable and wisit any computer prts shop. They will help you select the cable you need.
More complicated issue is the software. Probably it had an XP/Vista driver but you don't have it
You should connect it and try if your computer can recognize something
If no way, try exploring Sharp's website for contact/support http://www.sharp-world.com/support/disclaimer.html?secna
Hello, please try the following: 1. First is to check your power supply. Try to look if the power supply is functioning, if the fan turns so it is okay. 2. Try to remove the CMOS battery and put the cmos jumper setting to reset mode. 3. Remove the Memory card. 4. Plug your Computer and standby it for about 3 minutes. 5. Return all the devices that you remove. 6. Switch back to normal the CMOS. 7. Turn on your computer and your done.
Things to check first for a camera that won't turn on are battery contact points, and micro switches that are located on the battery and memory card doors. Troubleshooting tips on other things that need to be checked may be seen here. These tips won't work for every case, but they're worth a try.
Absolutely. Could also be that the smart key has a dead battery or has been compromised by moisture, etc.
Can you still lock & unlock the car with the smart key? If so, the battery is not dead, and you should look next at the ignition itself. Is there any response when you put the key in? Can you turn it? Are there signs that your battery is drained (dim/no lights work, etc)? If you are getting no response when you put the key in and you can turn it, and it still works to unlock your car and you can verify that you have battery power, start by checking your fuses. The ignition and starter fuses would be the first to check.
I suggest you open the battery compartment and check the connections on the battery. It may be that they are a little dirty, preventing proper electrical connection, in which case you can clean them with a little cotton bud and perhaps some methylated spitits.