Question about Computers & Internet
If you are using < 2.0 usb port, I found this on another website... "it cannot derive much power from a PC USB socket, it powers down after about 5 minutes in order to charge the battery quicker. The mains charger can be more powerful.
The green light just means that external power is applied, nothing else.
As for the constant re-booting, that definitely isn't right. Suggest you try a reset (with a pin) and/or a "return to factory settings" (in the menus) - You will lose ALL your settings and saved places if you do that one.
If it still does it on another route, send it straight back to the shop."
Else you may try ensuring it is compatible to your os.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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