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I have driver installed but every time i plug in the fast track i get error message usb device drawing too much power

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Just what the message means- USB devices should draw only 200ma or so. My guess is that the M-Audio device has a shorted capacitor inside and that causes high current draw. It needs to be serviced or replaced.

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"Problem:
Under Windows XP, an error message of "Power Surge on Hub Port" or "USB device has exceeded the power limits of it's hub port" is displayed when connecting a USB device to a USB port on a computer or Hub.

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But most likely the drive will work fine for you. It is a lovely quiet drive, and takes up no space at all.

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sounds like your missing a file mite try unistalling it and reinstalling it .lala linda

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