Question about Car Audio & Video
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If the USB port says that your device has exceeded the power the USB port can deliver then you need to connect the USB hard drive to a powered USB hub and connect this hub to the computer's USB port or connect a power adapter (5 volts) to the external USB hard drive adapter case.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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