HP Printer Usb port in my Acer Laptop , shortcircuits my house
When I connect my HP Printer thru Usb to any Usb port in my Acer Aspire 6930G Laptop , it shortcircuits my house electric instalation.
Any other usb device connected does nothing and works fine. The same printer connected to my other older (5years) Acer laptop works fine!??!!!
Any ideas about this problem!?
Re: HP Printer Usb port in my Acer Laptop , shortcircuits...
Try using external USB HUB (POWERED) Adapter. It might fix this issue. Use an other USB cable and see. If the problem still exist do not plug in the printer again, you may damage your USB port or even burn your laptop motherboard. hope this helped
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first put the cd that comes with your printer and install all the drivers and software then after this is done plug in a usb cord. take a usb printer cord plug in the one end that fits your printer and the other end is for your laptop plug it into your usb port and thats it
You can hook up Acer Aspire to your Epson Printer Using the USB Port if the printer supports the USB port A type. I am not sure what model of Epson printer you are using. You may have to configure the printer either by going into add remove hardware and scanning for hardware changes and installing the Printer, or may have to put the Driver CD provided to you by the driver manufacturing company and install the driver which will also allow you to print a test page at the end of installation to give you a clear picture that the installation was successfull. Please ensure that the printer is connected to the laptop and is powered on while giving for a test print. Good Luck.
The laptop will be compatible with almost every printer so long as you have the installation disk. If its an old printer and does not have a way to plug in a usb port there is a special adapter that goes from the printer port to usb port that way it is compatible.
Bluetooth other than the device itself is software, the "bluetooth dongle" gets plugged into a port via the usb, So I am thinking you need to plug it in to the computer. If it is a new machine if may be internal, that would be under programs, start programs, if no bluetooth it must be installed the software and hardware, good luck