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Who would prevent them from selling anything they like? Who would enforce that law?
PROBABLY, somewhere, whomever sold you that adaptor PROBABLY said something about its power requirements. It may not have been easy to understand, but it was probably there.
But... that doesn't get us any nearer a solution for your problem. For taht... there's WalMart, where you can buy a four-port POWERED USB hub (buy one that comes with its own "wall-wart" power supply).
Oh - you're in the UK. Do you have Wal-Mart there? If not, wherever you buy electronics stuff (including amazon.co.uk), they'll have a powered USB hub.
Hi Assume you are trying this on battery and mains? 1st thing is to check if the AC power adaptor is giving out any power, which you can do by obtaining a multimeter and setting it to 50 volts DC. Place the positive probe in the centre of the adaptor plug and the negative against the outside of the adaptor plug and see if you get a reading. this will confirm that there is power getting to the laptop
(NOTE: THIS IS TO BE TAKEN FROM THE DC END of the power adaptor NOT from where the kettle lead AC source enters the adaptor.. if in doubt, get someone who is competent with using a meter)
2nd, is to check that the power button is not sticking and that the small plastic pin between the laptop body and the screen ( I think these have one) is not stuck, preventing it booting
3rd, If you are getting power by AC to the laptop, check the condition of the DC jack socket, if it is loose, appears to spark whrn the jack is plugged in or crackles, this will need replacing
4th, If the above do not work, it is possible that the main fuse in the laptop has gone...specialist repairers job.
Hi sound like the power adaptor is fine, common fault found with these old retro consoles. Flashing light is mostly because the system does not make good contact with the game. which may be because of a worn out connector pins in side the console or dirty games recommend cleaning all your games with a game cartridge paste cleaner and replacing the connector pin with a new one. see www.gameoz.com.au they carry these items and included photo instructions.
this will be the onboard VGA adaptor ( driver Missing Corrupt ) there are a couple of things to Try.
1:- remove power from Computer, Locate the Cmos battery ( small round battery that stores Bios Info ) remove battery for 10 seconds. replace. power up and boot.
2:- If your computer has an onboard graphics card Slot. AGP/Pci-express. add an additional card, and attempt to run on that card. to boot the computer, enabling you to re-install the corrupt/missing vga driver.
Disconnect green speaker jack from computer and see if you get a green power light on speakers. If the speakers indicate they have power, your sound card or circuit is shorting out the speakers. If you still have no power to the speakers when disconnected from computer, then no green light means no power to speakers. Either you’re A.C. adaptor is bad or the speakers are shorted out. You have 2 options: 1)Replace A.C. adaptor. 2)Replace speakers. If you buy new speakers, make sure that they have their own power source (A.C. adaptor). Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please show your appreciation by rating your experience. Thank You.
before trying to replace the yellow socket try this first.got this same problem before.when i remove my charger before the yellow plastic ring was left stuck inside the socket.so when i buy a new adaptor it doesnt fit to the yellow socket anymore,so what i did is i use a piece of pin,bend the end point little bit and try lifting that yellow plastic ring inside.when i finally remove it the new adaptor fits again like nothing happens.try this first.if your willing to change it i will give you the complete instruction on how to replace it.hope this one fix your prob.
its the problem in your adaptor for sure.but before going for the new adaptor please check the jack of the printer where you connect the adaptor is loose or slightly pressed inside or looks any thing like damaged.if not then try in another electric outlet.also try with different power cord wire which you connect in the adaptor the three pin adaptor.that is near about less then 2$ if you want to replace.and if still does not work then its the adaptor you have to replace.that will cost u near to $10.
you can get it through www.radioshack.com