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Automotive batteries are usually adequate for small inverters, (< 500 Watts). When used in a car, we suggest you run the vehicle of your engine occasionally while operating your inverter. If you use the inverter while the engine is off, you should start the engine regularly and let it run to charge the battery. Deep Cycle (marine) batteries are best for larger inverters as they are designed for several hundred charge/discharge cycles. (Automotive batteries wear out much more quickly after heavy discharge).

Whistler Power... | Answered on Jun 27, 2012


If the inverter is blowing your vehicle's lighter socket fuse, does it do it immedately or only when you try and operate a device? If its when you operate your device, it may draw more than 100-150 watts. This wattage is the limit for most lighter sockets. Double check the devices power requirement.

Whistler Power... | Answered on Dec 22, 2010


You haven't supplied enough information. An inverter only converts 12V DC to 115V AC. There are some battery packs with inverters, but that's not what you asked about. The time it "serves" is dependent on the load being connected and the battery(s) that the inverter is being supplied from. Go to a web site such as :http://www.donrowe.com/inverters/inverter_faq.html#hookup
You can learn a lot about inverters here.

Whistler Power... | Answered on Jul 13, 2010


Yes you can install 2 batteries for your systems and charged by your rv motor or exteranal charger.

Whistler Power... | Answered on Apr 22, 2010


What is the model number of the inverter? Most units the fans are thermostatically controlled and will run until the unit is cooled off.

Whistler... | Answered on Apr 18, 2016


There are several ways to do this and several complications that may arise. That said, here is a brief outline of one method:
1. Locate the music folder on your PC.
2. Insert your flash drive into the USB port (allowing time for it to install or access drivers).
3. Click on Start, select My Computer. Locate your flash drive (most likely list as Removable Disk or the brand name of the flash drive). Double click on that icon.
4. Right click the folder or music files you found in step 1. Select "Send to" and choose "Removable Disk." The transfer process may take several minutes depending upon the number of files you are transferring. After the transfer is complete, click on the USB flash drive icon on the Windows task bar and select Stop or Eject. The PC will advise you when it is safe to remove the flash drive.

Here is a link to other ways to put music on a Flash Drive:

https://www.wikihow.com/Put-Music-on-a-Flash-Drive

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQ4HSnlJiao




Electronics -... | Answered on Aug 03, 2020


  1. Remove the memory card from your camera.
  2. Insert the memory card into your laptop's PC card slot. ...
  3. Locate the destination folder where you want to store your pictures, in your laptop. ...
  4. Open the destination folder of your choice [source: Dummies.com]. ...
  5. Select Import pictures to my computer from the choices offered.

Electronics -... | Answered on Jun 17, 2020


I had the same problems but solved it by uninstalling the useless POS software, rebooting the computer and reinstalling everything.

I have found that you have to do this everytime that you want to add or delete photos. Probably the worst piece of software I have seen in 15 years of working on computers.

If it won't detect as a seperate drive in "My Computer" then you will have to uninstall it and start again.

There is also no need to format the device. Just ignore it and start downloading photos and it worked straight away. (Using XP Home) As to battery life, I suspect I will never know because it is liable to have a visit from my sledge hammer before it runs out of power.

Electronics -... | Answered on Jun 08, 2020


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Electronics -... | Answered on Jun 08, 2020


Most memory cards have a small recessed tab that you can slide to lock the card. There is usually a Lock switch on the left side of the SD card. Make sure the Lock switch is slid up (unlock position). You will not be able to modify or delete the contents on the memory card if it is locked.
Try looking to see if your card has this feature and if it does slide it to the up or opposite position from where it is.

Electronics -... | Answered on Apr 22, 2020


have you tried with the latest version of the power dvd or else latest version of windows media player..
download.cnet.com/CyberLink-PowerDVD/3000-7970_4-10352449.html use the above link and download and install the power dvd it might work

Electronics -... | Answered on Apr 20, 2020


Sounds like you encrypted the drive. Under Computer, right click the drive and format it. You will lose all your data and there is no way around this. Write your password down somewhere if you can't remember it.

Electronics -... | Answered on Feb 03, 2020


If you use a fast charger, or a power charger, that can be the cause of your trouble. I used to charge with different power chargers till I learned they push every battery over its limits. After at least 3 different power chargers and about 100 defective batteries, I now charge my batteries with normal slow chargers. Before I can go on a shoot, sometimes 8 slow chargers are charging a whole night. But since I stopped using the power chargers I never lost a battery on overcharging (actually overheating)

Electronics -... | Answered on Jan 12, 2020


This problem was solved before on this site. See link below.

https://www.fixya.com/support/t1672030-pen_drive

Electronics -... | Answered on Jan 12, 2020


When the drive is really defect nothing can help.
But there are several programs you can try to find, to recover data from "defective" drives, cards or whatever.
just google "Recover my files" and try one of the free applications to see if there is still something on the USB drive.

Electronics -... | Answered on Jan 12, 2020


External cards or disks are almost impossible to make secure. You always can reformat and change the label. Are you sure you allow people to bring in external cards, they could have plugged in on other computers? Even computers they are not sure they don't contain viruses or malware? This is more dangerous than being connected to the net.

Electronics -... | Answered on Jan 12, 2020


there are different reasons behind your USB cable not recognize such as:
  • unplug your computer/laptop: unplug the computer from the power supply , because most of the time computer or laptop don't turn off completely and mother board still get power.
  • Motherboard need rebooted: Some times mother board can go wrong and USB ports stop working.in this situation motherboard need reboot.
  • Update Device Driver
  • Restart and Disconnect USB Device
  • Uninstall Hidden Device
  • Uninstall USB Device
  • Update generic USB Hub
for more help i will suggest you customer support help number +1 855-461-5433.

Electronics -... | Answered on Jan 08, 2020


Use an android screw driver to open the android case see the circuit board below see the stuck part take it out re assemble

Electronics -... | Answered on Dec 26, 2019

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