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Hi I posted a question about plugging in an e reader and the coputer coming up with USB overload. You kindly replied staing that I was either using a lap top or had too many appliances plugged in already. I do not have a laptop and had nothing else plugged in the usb ports. The same message came up when I only plugged the cable in and the device was not cconnected. Do you have any other ideas? Thanks in advance for your help Margaret

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If it is a really old computer then it probably does not meet the standard of usb 2.0

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