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Re: no problem just a question
It sure can,
Both laptop and desktop USB ports are rated to run the same amount of power and can chain the same number of devices. I would only not recommend that you daisy chain multiple USB devices on a laptop, because if you are running on battery power, you will obviously drain it quickly.
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it's a wireless access point;configure your imacs pc with any pivate ip address like 192.168.1.1/192.168.1.2 etc and don't forget to installed ethernet driver and wireless daemon is on select the authenication protocols as stated in the access point;hope it connect
Your problems with the Belkin 7 port are not due to the Dell computer or the XP OS. To problem solve, select on USB port and stay with it, not the 2 top ports for your keyboard and mouse.
1. Plug in the power adapter, wiggle it about, widen the prongs, change outlets at the 120 v. end.
2. Use an simple hand magnifier and peer closely at the DC input plug and be positive that the center post and the minue side piece of metal if in firm constact with the plug. If cannot insure a firm fit, sligtly bend that tiny metal piece towards center. Option 2, use another adaptor with the precise voltage as the original and the idential pin that inserts into the module.
3. Use another or new USB connector.
This list does not imply a specific order of diagnosis. Your fundamental problem is the failure to delive DC power to the Belkin hub or to capture the hub to USB port signal. In a phrase, you gotta short somewhere.not an issue with the computer or the XP operating system.
The hub draws it power from the computer and cannot deliver enough power for the devices connected to the hub.
Does the Belkin hub have a power socket? If so get a power adapter for it. If this isn't available then purchase a powered USB hub to use with the computer.
I had the problem that,even though the hdd connected it would fail after a period of time (video streaming or file transfers). Set up was Samsung Q45 running wireless g connected to a belkin draft N Router. 3 other PCs (all g) using 2 different OS (Vista and Mac) had same problem.
Solution after months of searching, problem solved. Fitted Draft n PCMCIA card, and to ensure it was running at 300Mb had to use WPA PSK + WPA2 PSK security mode . Now works brilliantly and has managed to stream a full HD movie!! The Wireless link is now running faster 10Mbs compared with 4Mbs on g, although not fast it at least enables the HHD to be used in a stable configuration. Problem seems to be that the unit will not work properly unless wireless n link is used.
Before, you return it, can you unplug the Wireless USB Hub, and plug in your iPod and does it work just fine? Also, the USB port that you're plugging it into - is it USB 2.0?
If both answers are YES to the above - then definitely return it.
It's not your speakers.
Try any other power outlet source on the wall. Are you using the same adaptor to power up the new usb hub?
try the adaptor that came with the new usb hub. Most likely its the power source either the adaptor of the hub or usb hub or the wall power supply. Its strange that the new one is doing the same thing?
Let me know!