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I have a TDK 16GB
Stick is probably formated in NTFS file format. Windows XP cannot read that, only FAT 16 and FAT 32
on Dec 03, 2017
My Hameg 203-6 scope i think may have a problem.
You may have channel 1 set to DC input and channel 2 set to AC. If your DC balance is set correctly, as you mentioned, then there is a DC component to the waveform. Having the scope set to DC will show this DC offset, but set to AC, it will not be seen.
on Dec 02, 2017
How to Repair USB Flash Drives Broken, Unrecognized, Not Detected?
this is all i could find out.
Navigate Control Panel -> System -> Device Manager -> Disk drivers. 3. Find and select your
USB device, right click and first choose "Uninstall" and then choose "Scan for hardware changes" to refresh the drivers. After all the operations, you will find
USB not recognized issue is fixed and the
flash drive is
detected.24 Jun 2016
How can I fix USB device not recognized?Method 4: Reinstall USB controllers.Select Start, then type device manager in the Search box, and then select Device Manager.Expand Universal Serial Bus controllers. Press and hold (or right-click) a device and select Uninstall. ...Once complete, restart your computer. Your USB controllers will automatically install.Error: "USB Device not recognized" when you try to access a USB ...https://support.microsoft.com/.../error-usb-device-not-recognized-when-you-try-to-acces...Search for: How can I fix USB device not recognized?
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on Nov 30, 2017
I Brought a Uniden HD8000UPVR digital receiver in
I suggest you read the manual.
If restoring defaults doesn't produce channels the sales guy probably lied, however installing the right software should restore functionality.
The manual lists a website for NZ.
Perhaps Uniden customer service can advise you further.
on Nov 27, 2017
Can I operate a light on a 12v battery while it is being charged with a guest 2606A
yes, but a slightly depleted battery will take longer to reach full charge if the current is being drawn from it.... although if it's an LED light and efficient radio the current draw will be almost negligible or hardly enough to notice.
but why would you want to run mains electrical items from a battery that's plugged into the mains?
it's much more efficient to use mains electrical power for your devices until there's a power outage (this is where the inverter is really needed) or you need mains power in the middle of nowhere.
if you absolutely want to go down this route maybe an old UPS would come in handy, it will continue to output mains power in the event of a power outage.... just connect your battery in place of the old dead one (your 32Ah won't fit in the box, just use heavy cable) UPS boxes hold a 12v battery, it's a simple hack.
on Nov 23, 2017
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