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HI IM A RETIRED TECH, 1/ CHECK YOUR CABLE..SIMPLE BUT CHECK IT, 2/ SOFTWARE IS REQUIRED TO RUN THIS TASK, REMOVE IT AND RELOAD THE SOFTWARE, TRY THAT, AS I DONT KNOW YOUR HARDWARE YOU NEED SPACE/ MEMORY/AND CHECK YOUR MANUAL CARFULLY AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS, HOPE THIS HELPS
Yes, you need a power supply. I have several USB peripherals that, in a similar way, APPEAR to be on when you plug them into USB. But that interface cannot supply enough power to actually run the machine. The maximum is 0.5 A * 5 V = 2.5 W. The wee portable drives can run on that power, but a normal desktop drive, such as is inside a full-size desktop external enclosure, use ~ 8 W.
So you need a DC power supply! I bet SimpleTech can tell you what the correct current, voltage, and polarity is. Good luck.
Dear rachana, In MS word 2007 you can go to Insert then there are multiple graph patterns given in it, like column, pie and scatter chart. Just put your values in it and it click ok, you will get the chart on worksheet. Its that simple.