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I have a maxtor desktop basics desktop storage external hard drive, product number 9NZ2DG-500, i need to know what voltage the power supply for this is as i have lost mine and need a replacement, I have been unable to find the specifications online anywhere.

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I have basics 500GB Prod No. 9NY2D4-592 and output is 12V hope this helpsI have a maxtor desktop - c60e870.jpg Gareth

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It connects with a USB Style A male plug, via the USB cable.
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http://hddlist.com/maxtor/all/maxtor_basics_portable

What I do know in reference to your question.
I know that the USB 2.0 technology uses 5 Volts DC. The Positive pin on the USB plug will support up to 5 Volts.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:USB.svg

[Viewing a USB-A style plug, view it with the white plastic spacer at the bottom. Open part at top. The Positive pin is all the way to the right. The Negative pin all the way to the left. The Data + pin is on the left next to the Negative pin. The Data - pin is on the right, next to the Positive pin]

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Most programs will fit on a large USB thumb drive.
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