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HOW MANY AMP NEED A POWER SUPLY FOR A VERBATIM SNS2TB ?


Hi Jorge
Internally a standard 3.5" Hard Drive uses two voltages
about .7A on the 5v Line
and .55A on the 12v line.
So an External AC Plug Pack supplying 12v @ 1.5 to 2Amp should be adequate.
Be careful to match the polarity as marked on the back of your drive and use the correct thickness of the centre pin. There are 2-3 different sizes of this connector available at electronics component suppliers in case you make your own supply up.
Good Luck
Trevor

Sep 08, 2014 | Verbatim SNS2TB Store n Save 2 Terabyte...

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Do you have a User manual for verbatim power pack 98019?


no , I don't have one but get it at verbatim.com

Jun 26, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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It dosen't works it make a sound like(tic tic tic about 5 second and will shut down)


HDD , if the power is good, is it? full spec voltage.
most FAST 1tb drives need a power pack,
has a 7 year warranty their home page states, so why not use that.
no HDD should make load noises, only ear close whiling sound.
soft ear close tics very very quiet is normal, load , NEVER.
if it makes noise say at arms distances that is bad.
2 causes:
1: the power pack is not plugged in, or missing or wrong pack used? (never run HDD with missing pack or wrong one.
2: drive bad. (bad drives click, when bad)
it can be the drive bad, or the power regulator toasted.

7 years. is a very long time. read the rules on your warr, card.

do not ever block the cooling slots of any HDD, case. ever.
or it will overheat, all fast drives can overheat, easy.
make sure that dont happen.

Oct 02, 2013 | Verbatim Sns1tb Store n Save 1 Terabyte...

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Have lost user manual due to formatting before saving disc info


Visit the link below:
http://www.verbatim.com/index/support.php <<
And download the manual for your Verbatim model.
note: PDF manuals require the Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing and printing. http://get.adobe.com/reader/

Sep 07, 2011 | Verbatim 320GB USB Portable Hard Drive

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My verbatim CDRs burn OK but will not function correctly on CD players, except my PC and TV players. I have no problems with other brands of CDRs. Ray Kennedy


Some CDRs are not compatible with regular CD players. Check your cd player for CDr compatibility before using such a disc in that device. Computer CD-ROM players are more forgiving.

Jul 09, 2010 | Verbatim (95092) 20 Pack 52x CD-R Storage...

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Need drivers


Below is the link for the FireLite 160GB portable HD. Drivers are only needed for win98. 2000/xp/vista are plug and play. The manuals are included at this link.

http://www.verbatim.com/support/support.cfm?part_number=firelite+160gb+usb&x=56&y=11

Additionally, there could be a problem with power supply. A switch is on the back...USB or EXT. EXT is for an external supply. (http://www.verbatim.com/products/detail.cfm?product_id=38819801-1143-3415-5FE3682C49A8E37F&cat_id=3883B708-1143-3415-5FB9F3C74069A098) USB is naturally for a USB cable. Clicking might indicate low power when using USB. Switch to the external adapter or get a USB cable with two connectors for the computer (the extral cable draws more power),

good luck.

Jul 10, 2009 | Verbatim 160GB USB FireLite: The "drive...

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Customer care number, we want to contact customer care


If you are in North America, the contact info is:

Mon - Fri 8am to 9pm (EST)
1-800-538-8589

Otherwise go to:

http://www.verbatim.com/

Use the drop down menu to select your area. Select the "Contact Us" link and follow the menu prompts and you will get to a contact window.

Mar 19, 2009 | Verbatim DataLifePlus (94495) 50 Pack 4x...

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USB External hard drive 160 GB not recognized by desktop Windows XP OS


Very possible your problem is that this drive is not externally powered and your desktop does not put out enough power to drive it.  I'm guessing your desktop is older.  Especially if your desktop is USB 1.0 this problem would occur.  Your best bet in this case is to either mount a newer USB expansion card into your desktop, or get another externally powered harddrive and transfer data over to it from this one with your laptop.

Nov 01, 2008 | Verbatim SmartDisk Firelite Portable USB...

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