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Power PC Tool over-powered me

Q: Power PC Tool over-powered me

Thanks for the happy birthday i wouldn,t have found u otherwise. I downloaded "Demo Version" Jv16 Power tools 2005 from a link to find duplicate files and clean my registry, I thought that programs I had uninstalled and reinstalled for varius reasons were all duplicated with missing files. The download didn't have the handbook which i found out later i needed so now after running dup. file finder, reg cleaner. I have a very unstable system nothing stays stable and there is a mass of backups I don,t know where to start. The forum there won,t help. supposedly I got a old Beta version. My backups don,t look anything like there's. I would like to go back to before i installed with system restore point but i dont know if it can retrieve files from Jv16 backup or what. logitech, hp, msn, registry changes, no cd drive, I have never deleted any backups from spybot or AVG free if they would help. I am a novice at forums and i'd like to show you what I did but you would have to tell what to link or paste. it sure looks bad. Even if I minimize this window and look for something I lose you. It took me 2 days to post this hope it works!

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Preferred Solution: Power PC Tool over-powered me

I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.

I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/download.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)

A: Power PC Tool over-powered me

Don't worry Summer is coming and the snow will finally be gone.....I would try System Restore before you download this tool it will put you Registry back to what it was before.

Let us know how Restore goes

Use Windows Restore not any other

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Ok, I just built a new computer that I ran for about 2 hours give or take then it powered down completely during my OS installation. Now it won't even power up at all, I switch on the power supply and the green led on the motherboard lights up, pressing the power button however does nothing.
My worst fear at the moment is that I have fried the CPU by applying too much thermal conducting past between it and the heat sink. (I didn't apply the thermal conduct myself, I had my room mate helping me, I wasn't aware of how much was supposed to be applied.)
Now the question I have is, would that be the reason why nothing happens when I hit the power button even if the green light is on?
Another thing to note is that the cpu heatsink fan I bought already had a small amount of Thermal paste on it which we failed to notice right off.

Computer specs:
Asus M2R32-MVP Motherboard
Asus EAH3850 ATI Radeon Graphics Card
4 GB Kingston 667 Mhz RAM
dual 80 GB Seagate SATA HDDs
AMD Athalon 64 X2 6000+ 3.0 ghz Windsor Core
430W power supply by Dynapower

Let me know if anyone needs to know anything else. Thanks.
 

A:New computer that powered up at first, but will not power up now.

Dynapower is not a brand that I recognize, if it is a low quality PSU then that is probably the issue.
 

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Hiya Guys.

Something strange has been happening to the USB section of my computer and I wondered if anyone could shed some light on it for me.

I bought a USB powered 1TB external hard drive (ie: the one USB lead gives it power and data transfer). I connected it directly to a computer (XP Pro - SP3) and it found it, installed it and I was up and running but when I connected it to a 1 metre USB extension lead in the same port on the computer, it failed to install and the drive started clicking which we all know is a bad sign.

After re-connecting it directly without the extension lead, it went straight into it and worked like a dream until out of interest, I connected it via the extension lead and again, it failed. I don`t think the drive is at fault as it works every time when it`s a direct connection and fails every time it`s through the extension.

In case you`re wondering, all ports are USB 2.0 rather than 1.1 and as I have access to a few other machines, I`ve tried the `test` on those with various leads and directly, ending up with the same results.

My question is ... Can a USB extension lead take just enough power that it tips the balance and not give the drive enough to initialize itself?

Regards Jenny
 

A:Solved: USB powered HDD - Low power ?

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Was browsing a website when my pc just powered off,tried to turn it on but the blue light flicks for a sec and it wont turn on,i have a usb ext hdd plugged in and the light on it is green,so think this rules the motherboard out,also take 1 stick of ram at a time out and tried to power up,still no power,took sound card out,still no power,im thinking psu,but why would the usb lightup the ext hdd,anybody any ideas before i take it too the pc shop in the morning,they fitted a motherboard for me 3 months ago,so if its the motherboard it should still be under warranty~?

Many Thanks

A:PC powered off and wont power on?

Try disconnecting everything non essential 1 at a time. If you disconnect 1 thing and the computer comes on, you'll know what is caysing problems. Just because a light lights up or a fan spins only means the PSU is putting out some power. It does not mean that it is putting out enough power to run a computer. If you have access to another known good power supply, try connecting that and see if it comes on. If needed, see if you have afriend that will loan you one to test with. The PSU you have is one of the better PSU's you can buy. They rarely give you problems. Try those things and let us know the outcome.

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Hello,

System Specs:

Motherboard - P5N-D
CPU - E6700
Memory - 2x2GB Corsair XMS2
Video Card - Radeon HD 5870
PSU - Thermaltake 750W

Problem:

Computer powered off while in the middle of me using it. Tried to power back on, but nothing happens when the power button is pressed. Tried unplugging the power supply and back in, still would not power on.

Troubleshooting:

Hooked up my PSU to a PSU tester I have = Good

Replaced Motherboard = no change (indicator light is on, on the motherboard)

Checked power switch = Good

I also tried taking out my video card, left one stick of ram in, and still nothing.


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The only thing i haven't checked is my CPU, I have just ordered the E8400 in hopes this will fix my problem, but I was hoping to get a little feed back on my situation as I have come up empty when searching online for a simlar problem.

I appreciate any feedback I can get!

Thank you!
 

A:Computer powered down, will not power back on

how about checking the mouse or keyboard? it happened to me once pc won't boot because of a faulty mouse
 

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Hey, I'm using a Lenovo T430s (Windows 10) . Recently, my DVD RW Drive showed it's powered off, and it wouldn't turn on saying that a specified module of Power Manager wasn't found (see the pic 1). Moreover, the battery icon has dissappeared from the toolbar on the right bottom. Any particular solutions for this?I tried downloading the Desktop Power Manager for this from https://support.lenovo.com/in/en/downloads/ds003852. The installation fails saying there's an older version already downloaded (see pic 2). I'm not able to find the older version also to uninstall it





Rashaad Mirza

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Hello Community I've got a brand new P52 with a Thunderbolt 3 workstation dock. Unfortunately the system is not getting enough power to keep it running. If I attach the power to the system the battery is getting charged, but as soon as I boot the system up, it reports that it is not getting enough power to run the system. It doesn't matter if I attach the system to the workstation dock or to any of the power supplies directly (170W or 230W). As soon as the system is booted, not enough power is being supplied and the system runs on battery. I've already installed the latest drivers to both the system and the workstation dock. Any idea how to fix that? I've tried to open a ticket at this brilliant eService Ticketing, but this won't let me create one. The Link to the video regarding possible causes seems to be broken as well. https://support.lenovo.com/vidoes/VID100760 I'm realy pi... off spending half a day failing to fix it and unable to open a support case. RegardsChristian  

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I am using a D-link 4 port usb powered hub and occasionally get the message "power surge on port" and it disconnects it from the computer.

I am using the usb hub to switch a USB relay board to which using a volt free switch to send a signal and power a LED traffic light in a sequence.

I have external power supplies powering the LED lights.

It started intermittantly and I need to restart the computer to allow it to work again or turn off the d-link hub and unplug the usb.

I can get it to error sometimes with just plugging the usb powered hub into the computer with nothing else connected to the hub other than its own power supply.

Any help would be appreciated.
 

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Does such a thing exist?

I sometimes find I need my external drive for like 5 minutes on the road without a socket in sight so it'd be great if I could just have it suck power from my computers USB port.

Or even solar power.

Obviously I wouldn't power something for a long time with it.

Or it'd be great if only one plug is available like at a coffee shop

Anything like this on deal extreme?

A:USB to electrical power plug? / or solar/AA powered

I think the best solution for you would be a portable hard disk that don't need external power supply. I've been extremely happy with Western Digital products, using this 640 GB as my "on the road" drive. It fits to my jacket pocket.

Kari

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Hi all!
I've got a strange problem that I've never encountered before. I had a power supply go bad and I replaced it with one I know to be good from another pc. In fact, I bought a new one also.
This happens with both power supplys.
The pc is a Emachine T2882 w/Celeron 2.8G running XP Home.
Anyhow, when I power the pc down I noticed that the heat sink on the processor was really hot and I also notice that the little light in the front that tells you the HD is working was on AND I noticed that the fan in the power supply was running. All this when I powered the pc down via the START>Turn off computer>Turn off
This could be what burned out the power supply in the first place.
Has anyone ever heard of this? Can someone help me out with this strange scenario?
Thanks so much and may God bless,
Peter
 

A:Solved: Power Supply Continues To Energize Mb When Powered Down...

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I've recently built a machine and whenever I boot up, a message is displayed saying: "The Nvidia system sentinel is reporting that Nvidia-powered graphics card is not receiving sufficient power.

To protect hardware from potential damage or causing a potential system lockup, the graphics processor has lowered its performance to a level that allows continued safe operations."

I am not sure as to why this is happening. My PSU is 420 watts, which should be more adaquate for my Athlon 5X-53 and my AGP GeForce FX 5200. I have the molex attached to the video card and the video card is seated properly in my mobo. Any ideas on what the problem is? Are we looking at replacing the PSU, motherboard, or video card? Or am I missing something? Thanks.
 

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Hi, the old girl is generally still going. My issue is now that when the x1 is powered up and plugged in it does not permanently recognize that the power cord is plugged in and alternates every second between battery power and cord power. As a result it does not charge sufficiently and runs out of battery at some point. When powered down and plugged in the battery charges over several hours and the laptop can be put back in use. The cord seems fine and the green light on the side of the computer when plugged in does not flicker.. Thanks for your ideas.  

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Want to change advanced power options with a few keyboard presses?

I like changing advanced power options all the time, mostly CPU throttle and brightness (the two most important factors in battery life). I used to have a separate power plan just for different CPU throttles, but that seemed a little inefficient (as did opening advanced power options under several layers of GUI). So I just finished writing up some batch scripts to change advanced power settings.

All you need to do is copy the attached files into the System32 folder (C:\Windows\System32\), for which you'll need to provide administrator privileges. Then, just press Win+R and type the name of the setting followed by the value. For example:

"bri 30" will change the screen brightness to 30%.
"maxp 50" will change the maximum CPU throttle to 50%.
"sleep 5" will change the time until sleep to 5 minutes.

Like so:

By the way, you can change the command just by changing the name of the file. Renaming "disp.bat" to "Display Brightness.bat" will let you type "Display Brightness 4" instead of "disp 4".

Let me know what you think. I can make one for each and every advanced power setting, all you gotta do is ask. Enjoy! (Don't mind giving me rep if you use this, I spent quite some time on this )

System32.zip

A:Useful tool for power enthusiasts on the go (advanced power options)

Well written! Rep given.

You might also find this batch file interesting. It deletes all file in the .tmp folder. You'll have to edit it in Notepad to change the xxx's to your user name though. After, just right click it and select run as administrator.

More info if anyone wants to write batch files:

http://www.infionline.net/~wtnewton/batch/batguide.html

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Hi there

Intuitively one might think using Powered (from the mains) external USB HDD's would require more power from the computer as well compared with those small self powered units.

I've no way to measure this but I'm sure the small units might consume MORE power as the computer has to supply all the power for Disk rotation and the USB I/O controller.

I only ask this because I need to put two large powered USB units (both with 2 X 3 TB Raid 0 HDD's in each unit) on to a USB 3 Hub.
The two HDD units seem to perform perfectly well whether connected to the chargeable port on an HP laptop or the "non chargeable" ones.

The RAID 0 is powered by the HDD itself (internal Hardware RAID) --used RAID 0 for speed -- don't need to mirror etc - I've enough backup if the whole thing goes bonkers. !!

The files on these HDD's are serving music and video so not intensive used -- don't seem to have any problem streaming media from the laptop.

Any engineers out there - curious over what is the actual load (power wise) on the computer if a POWERED USB HDD is used compared to a Self powered one. Note the Hub I'm using is not also powered.



Cheers
jimbo

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I have a WLI- CB HP 54 Buffalo wireless network card and it is supposed to reach further than regular wireless G cards, but my internal wirelesss on my laptop spans MUCH further.

I am using Windows XP SP2 and installed the driver and software about 3 times. I have found that windows configures it better than the software that came.

My question are a couple.. First. when i go and set up wireless zero configuration service to automatic, it keeps going off the next time i restart and when i search for networks it says "make sure your switch is turned on " .......

I called Buffalo and they said that it was my internal PCI adapter interferring with it. It is an A/B internal card. Within close range, the wireless card works fine.
I also wanted to know if there are dangers of having my internal A/B card and a wireless G card running at the same time.

Also the Buffalo says it is B/G, but doesn't pick up B networks well.

Thank you for your help.
 

A:Buffalo High Power Card Not high powered

Is your router A, B, or G? Also, I can't think of any danger, per se, of running both cards. This is a process called Multi-homing. If you plug in a LAN cable, you'll actually have 3 network connections, 3 IP Addresses, etc. Some apps may get confused & blow up, otherwise you're just using some resources unnecessarily. If it was me, I'd turn off the internal card if I had a G card I'd rather use...

Regards,
Emmett
 

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Last night when shutting down the virtual machine within Win7, the virtual machine hanged. Win7 gave me the option of doing a forced shutdown, which I accepted. But now this morning when I try to re-open the virtual machine (which is powered down) I keep
getting the error message "The virtual machine could not be started. An unknown error occurred."  PLEASE HELP: I have months of research stored in the virtual machine which I need to retrieve. Any suggestions gratefully received.

A:URGENT: My XP-Mode Virtual Machine has crashed: it is powered down and refuses to power up. PLEASE HELP: I have months of research stored in the virtual machine which I need to retrieve.

Hi,

 

The issue could be incorrect configuration of XP mode.

 

Trying to rename the . vmc and .vsv from C:\Users\Username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Virtual PC\Virtual Machines
and run Virtual Machine again.

 

Best Regards,

Niki
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ok guys i was looking for a way to find ebooks quicker and came along power search tool..
it looked safe cause i saw people using it on youtube and yea..
and now its become a real pain in the back side!
for one when i went to add or remove programs i couldnt find it.
so i did some googling and i found the registry delete
but amazingly the file wasnt there.
(Yet its still in my mozilla when i right-click, its unchecked for now)
so someoene reccomended hijackthis and to post on this forums
heres my log
any help appreciated!
Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 5:52:47 PM, on 22/03/2008
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16608)

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\MsMpEng.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSetMgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccEvtMgr.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\brsvc01a.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\brss01a.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\PROGRA~1\SYMANT~1\VPTray.exe
C:\Program Files\SiteAdvisor\6253\SiteAdv.exe
C:\WINDOWS\tsnpstd3.exe
C:\WINDOWS\RTHDCPL.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\RUNDLL32.EXE
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVG7\avgcc.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\ctfmon.exe
C:\Program Files\Messenger\msmsgs.exe
C:\Program Files\C... Read more

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Hi
i upgrade jv16 power tool 2009 , i think it's compatible with w7

at least in the home page i can see that's compatible

is safe make a reg cleaner ?
or compact the registry ?

or delete some keys after a program installation?
thanks a lot

A:jv16 power tool 2009 safe?

You might want to read this .... http://www.sevenforums.com/general-d...-cleaners.html

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Hi all!
 
I am always looking for new Anti-Malware tools to try in order to clean my computer for malware, given that every said tool has its own different database and as such will yield different results.
 
(I have the habit of backing up my registry and creating a restore point before every anti-malware tool that I am running, just in case.)
 
So now, I am wondering; What is your opinion on the Anti-Malware tool Norton Power Eraser?
 
Thank you very much in advance!
 
Regards,
midimusicman79

A:What is your opinion on the Anti-Malware tool Norton Power Eraser?

I personally believe that you are running an overkill setup right now. Adding one more tool to your personal check-up list won't do anything to be honest.I usually never run standalone Antimalware unless I suspect I'm infected with something. There's no need to run them daily, weekly or even monthly if you don't suspect that you are infected.

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Hi,
Install windows 10 and confirm activation as suggested in forums. Downloaded Windows Media Creation Tool to create fresh reinstall. Ran it to create 64 bit ISO. Now using the ISO to reinstall windows 10. At 30% restore, it failed. I tried various recovery. Even did chkdsk on drive c with /r and also with /f. Same problem again - failure at about 30% restore.

Reading in forums, I discover Refresh Windows Tool(exe). Downloaded and ran it (tool) to download Windows 10.
What I dislike. No Pause or ability to use a download manager. When this download of about 3gb is done, where is it saved? How to use? Yea, automatic for I still have prior install files (programs, data folders,etc) which means nothing was done. Did restart hoping for a fresh reinstall - no changes. Thus I am posting in this forum with paragraph 1 (media tool) and Refresh tool (paragraph 2).

Went into BIOS startup and told it to use DVD (boot order priority), but instead window normal login was done and given. Thus, use window recovery within to execute the ISO.

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This trick might be useful try it

Manually Update AVP Tool Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool Signature Databases ? Raymond.CC
 

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Hiya

Rpccfg.exe configures Microsoft RPC (Remote Procedure Call) to listen on specified ports and to use specified subnets for RPC. It also displays the ports and subnets available to the network interfaces and ports and subnets used for RPC.

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000

You can download and use Rpccfg.exe on any of the following platforms:

Windows 2000 Professional
Windows 2000 Server
Windows 2000 Advanced Server
Windows 2000 Datacenter
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...2f-8632-4da8-ae70-645e1ddaf369&DisplayLang=en

Regards

eddie
 

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I have a user that need access to old mail. I can try doing it 2 ways, one try extract ost to pst or extract from edb file. In the past, i think i used eseutil to extract a mailbox from edb, i remember it a gui interface. Eseutil.exe is not gui, i forget where/how i got it in the past.

thanks

A:I need a tool to convert ost to pst or tool extract mailbox from exchange 2003 edb fi

Hi and Welcome to TSF!

Something like this perhaps:

Convert OST to PST tool is quick and precise way to convert OST file to PST

I've used that software before and it does a decent job at converting, although larger mailboxes it might be slow on.

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Hi there,

New to the forum and some challenge navigating topics, so please forgive if this has been covered.

I am trying to remove a virus titled Security Tool and any other problems from a XP system.

Following is a history of recent unsuccessful attempts
1. downloaded Malwarebytes, ran full scan, found three items, removed and rebooted. no appearance of Virus.

2. Next day, reappearance of virus

3. could not re-run Malwarebytes.

4. Renamed exe file to alternate on alternate computer with flash drive. Could not execute

5. downloaded again, and try to execute with random name from flash drive. Could not execute.

6. Cannot run, regedit; command.com; devmgmt.msc or cmd

7. separately downloaded dds; combofix and win32kdiag; "application cannot be executed." "notepad.exe is infected"
appreciate the support,
IrishO

A:Security Tool Virus (System Tool 2011)

Hello IrishO ,Let's disable the main file manually so you can run some tools. What I want you to look for is in Application Data (If using XP). There will be a folder, with a file in it of the same "name". This will appear random, but it has a pattern. Look for letters and numbers in this order: lower case, upper case, lower case, upper case, lower case, then 5 random numbers. For example:Folder -----> pEeHl02508\pEeHl02508.exe <-----file insideDelete the folder. Now, if you still have no access to the internet, download the following tool to a flash drive from a different computer, then put it on the infected one and run it.This tool is not a toy. If used the wrong way you could trash your computer. Please use only under direction of a Helper. If you decide to do so anyway, please do not blame me or ComboFix.* Ensure you have disabled all anti virus and anti malware programs so they do not interfere with the running of ComboFix. IF YOU USE AVG IT MUST BE UNINSTALLED OR THIS WILL NOT RUN.1. Download this file - combofix.exe http://download.bleepingcomputer.com/sUBs/ComboFix.exe 2. Double click combofix.exe & follow the prompts.3. When finished, it will produce a log for you. Post that log in your next reply please.Note:Do not mouseclick combofix's window while it's running. That may cause it to stall.If you have trouble running it the first time, then rename ComboFix.exe to IrishO.exe and try again.Thanks,tea

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hi i think i picked this up clisking on an unknown facebook link msg (stupid but lesson learnednow)
i have tried to follow your link to remove this
Keps falling over at step5 where i try to run the `rkill` or other renamed variations from my desktop . the malware just keeps stopping the black screen running. It pops up for about a sec and then disapears...
is there any other workaround here..

i am aware that this is not that serious but just a real nuiscance popping up evry few minutes etc

Your help would be appreciated

A:security tool or system tool problem

tried your link to remove system tool malware

cannot get past step5 (rkill + other renamed copies)

black screen just pops up for 1 sec and disappears with red screen alert from security/system tool

any other work arounds here please

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I am noticing an issue with the Dell Recovery OS Tool.
If I enter a service tag that consists of numbers and letters, I have no issue.
But, if I enter a service tag that consists of only numbers, the tool does not even attempt to recognize that entry as a proper service tag.
Is this just me, or can anyone else successfully use the tool providing a service tag only consisting of numbers.

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I have just fitted a new usb hub (powered) when i first turned on the power to the hub my computer was turned off, but the power light came on. I have now disconnected the power to the hub but had to move my mouse to another usb. Do you think i have a faulty hub,
 

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I've been using a USB-powered hd to transfer files between my computer and media player. All of a sudden my computer won't see it anymore. The media player still sees it and my friend's computer running XP sees it, but mine won't. I've done "Search for new hardware" but got nothing.
 

A:Win 7 Won't See USB-Powered HD

It could be that on the computer that doesn't see it, Windows has simply failed to assign a drive letter to it.
This is not uncommon with external hard drives, even when the drive was previously assigned a drive-letter.

If that is the case, it's a simple fix.

Plug the drive in.
Now go to Control Panel >> Administrative Tools >> Computer Management.
Click on Disk Management in the left pane.

In the right-pane, all the connected drives are represented by a horizontal ribbon.
Look for a ribbon that's the same size as your external drive but has no name.
Right-click it and choose "Change drive letters & paths".
Click "Change".
Pick a drive-letter from the drop-down box, then click 'OK'.
 

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Saw this at AMDZone, AMD is currently sampling PDA type CPU's.

AMD Introduces Alchemy AU1100

By: Chris Tom
April 8,2002
AMDZone.com





SUNNYVALE, CA-APRIL 8, 2002 - AMD (NYSE- AMD) today announced the introduction of the Alchemy(tm) Au1100(tm) processor, targeting the non-PC mobile internet appliance market, such as web pads, telematics, and PDAs. Currently being sampled, the innovative Au1100 offers an industry-leading combination of high performance, low power and high integration.Click to expand...

Full story here.....I wonder how a PDA is gonna look with a SuperOrb on it ??

AMDZone.com-AMD PDA article
 

A:AMD powered PDA's

Well its beyond me how you can post in the news forum and not notice the new news topics posted....

AMD to enter new markets, including handhelds/PDAs




From www.amd.com:

About the Alchemy? Au1100? processor from AMD
When Alchemy Semiconductor, Inc. was acquired by AMD in February of this year, its product portfolio consisted of the Au1000 and Au1500? processors. The Au1000 processor is currently in production and the Au1500 processor is sampling, with production scheduled for the second quarter of 2002. The Au1100 processor builds upon the successful Alchemy Au1 core, which is based on a MIPS32? instruction set. Like the Au1000 and Au1500 processors, the Au1100 is a System-on-a-Chip (SOC). SOC is a processor that has a core around which there are a custom set of integrated memory controllers and industry standard communication interfaces. SOCs can be tailored for use in different information appliances, such as PDAs and web tablets.
Click to expand...


 

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I just put a powered USB hub in and have it running through my docking station for my laptop. It pops up and says it can perform faster and to hook in to another port, what port are they talking about????
 

A:Powered USB Hub

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I'm not so sure about this one, might be worth it. I think my power supply may be insufficient for the amount of ram I'd like to use.

System:
AMD athlon 750
VIA Northbridge 100 fsb
ASUS k7m mobo
2x 128mb pc133 (should be 3x -- here's the problem)
300 watts
nvidia geforce ultra 64
sb16 pci
Maxtor 60gb HDD
WD 2gb HDD
XP Home
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Alright, so, all three chips I have check out. I have used each independently, and run them through memtest86. The two I currently run are 8x16mb chips. Every time I try to run the third, a 16x8mb chip the original equip, it's all about the blue screen. I have had issues with other chips and compatibility. Kingston's 8x16 chip didn't like my machine's language, and had to step outside. My bios does not support registered memory, as I found out the hard way. A 4x32 ValueRam chip felt threatened. Do I give in and drop another sixty on a new chip, or can this chip be integrated into a community that needs a chip just like it to round out the neighborhood? Would a 450w ps help? A 400w? What gives? Does anyone know what I'm on about?
 

A:under powered?

Seriously doubt its a power supply issue. RAM uses very little power in comparison to other things.

Sound like its a RAM type issue, they just will not play together.
 

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I had a triple BUNDLE with Comcast --

Television
Internet
Phone

The TV was a flat screen given to me by a neighbor and which I didn't like so I gave it to a friend.

They came this morning and disconnected the television and so far everything is alright although I am paying more just for internet and phone because NO LONGER A BUNDLE.

So I am advised to get a really cheap TV, because I do miss some of it.

MY PROBLEM IS THIS:

THE DVR FROM COMCAST IS SITTING HERE ON THE SAME TABLE THE TV WAS ON.

THE TV IS GONE BUT THE DVR IS STILL PLUGGED IN AND ON THE FRONT ARE 2 LIGHTS ---

1) CLOCK
2) bLUE CIRCLE LIGHT

I am afraid to disconnect because I might mess up my phone and internet, but the lights bother me that they're on and there's no TV connected to it.

What to please? Just leave it until I decide to get another used cheap small tv?

THANK YOU.
 

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Hello, last night, I was having problems with my computer overheating while playing video games, and then I remembered, when it over heats, to make sure all dust is cleaned from your computer. So, therefore, this morning when I woke up, I took some q-tips, and proceeded to clean my computers fan, and RAM chip bus. Then, when I tried turing it back on, it wouldn't boot up. My OS would not boot up, and nothing would show on my screen. I checked for anything I must have unpluged, and re checked everything, but it's still not powering up. Does anyone have any suggestions? I think it has something to do with my RAM chip bus. SOmething musta burnt out. Any ideas would be perfect.
 

A:Seems like something isn't being powered up..

Qtips, and the motions of cleaning with the use of them, can introduce static electricity.
Go back to basics... the most fundamental setup you can create... power supply, video graphics port or card, one memory module, and a floppy disk with MSDOS or Windows 98 Boot/Startup, or if you have no hard drive, a boot to a CD-ROM such as Windows 98 or Windows ME. Boot to SAFE MODE if possible.
Does it boot? If not, you know you may have a problem. So change the optical drive, and try again./
If it does boot, change memory modules and try again. Still working?
Keep on adding one component at a time... then change to the hard drive, removing the discs from the floppy or opitcal drive.
Keep toying with the system to get something to boot, still keeping it as simple as you possibly can.
Progressively change and test. You can learn a lot in the process.
 

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i have a computer who's usb ports don't produce enough power for my devices and i was wondering if i just used a powered usb if it would allow my devices to function.
 

A:Would a powered USB hub help me?

Yes dwizzle,
a good powered external USB hub would work for you
 

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Hi

A friend of mine had a power cut for 30 mins, and while that happened he was on his PC, when the power went off, obviously his pc went off as well. I asked him if he had a surge protector on there, he said no, and since the powercut his pc has never started up. it made no noises, no smells, just no power. basically no ones at home.

Has the power supply just gone, or is it a more serious problem

Any help would be great.
 

A:never powered up again

Has the power supply just gone, or is it a more serious problem Click to expand...

The power supply is most likely gone, although when a power supply gives up the ghost it can take other hardware with it. Try disconnecting all the drives and booting, if it doesn't boot replace the power supply and cross your fingers and hope everything else is okay.
 

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im making myself a sort of NAS box, but without the NAS for now lol

I will be mounting 4 3.5" HDD's in a hot swap box im making, and converting them to usb. For backing up purposes, without RAID.

Instead of having 4 usb cables coming out, i though about building a powered usb hub inside, and having just the one cable come out.

Just wondering if theres any part of my plan that ive not thought about!

A:How many HDD run off powered HUB?

Um...even if this works, how would your computer be able to address 4 different disks over a single USB cable? Short of writing your own transport protocol and special drivers to implement it, I don't see this happening....

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Everything else is good. PSU fan spinning, power button working, GPU fan on (built in on EVGA GeForce GTX 750 ti SuperClocked), and it's plugged in by the PSU. The CPU fan isn't turning on either, yet it's plugged in. Sounds like anything fixable?

Thanks for any replies,
Joe
 

A:CPU not powered?

Need more information. Need make and model information on the Motherboard, CPU, PSU. Is the CPU fan a stock fan or aftermarket fan? Have you tried to remove and then re-seat the CPU? If you remove it, check for bent or broken pins.
 

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Hi!
I just got a Rosewill 7 port hub (Model: RHUB-310W). It has its own power supply and I was wondering if I actually need it plugged in or if it will work otherwise. I am planning to have a mouse and 3 external hdds attached permanently and maybe a flash drive, camera, and an mp3 player plugged into it intermittently.

The external hdds have their own power supply but all else don't.

Will I break the hub, my computer, or my peripherals if I don't plug it in? I unerstand if I don't, then the hub will draw its power from the computer, will it be enough for everything I mentioned?

Thanks for any input.
Happy new year!
 

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When i turn on my computer, the loading bar goes 3/4s of the way then freezes right then. Also, my CD-rom/DVD-rom isnt powered, so im wondering what i can do. Anything that i can do to fix this problem?
Specs of Old computer:
450 Megaheartz
Tobisha DVD-Rom driver
Philips CD burner
126 ram (Something near there)
Windows XP Pro. Edition
Thanks
 

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Why would I need a powered USB hub?

There must be a purpose?

Problem I have: some USB add ons to hubs (non powered) will just stop working!!
Previously working fine - suddenly not recognised.

Is this to do with the hub not being powered and therefor taking too much resources from the PC??
Would my problems be solved if I got a powered USB hub?

Powered USB hubs: do they take a load off the PC in anyway?

Thanks.
OM
 

A:Why would I need a powered USB hub?

All USB ports use power...the more USBs the more power used ..not sure how many your talking about here but using powered hubs is always advisable
 

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, Service Pack 1, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU G645 @ 2.90GHz, x64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 2012 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GT 220, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 152524 MB, Free - 90127 MB;
Motherboard: ECS, H61H2-M12
Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated and Enabled

Good Day
Have just purchased and connected a powered hub, Canyon CNR-USBHUB06N. After shutting down my PC the green power light remains on and if I try and start my PC using the power button nothing happens. If I
shut off the wall socket for the power to the usb hub, and then shut down my PC the green light is off and I can start my PC with the power button.
Is this the correct way the hub should work?
Can I connect other powered devices, like printers, to the powered hub, or is there some conflict of power between the two?
Many thanks
Dave Rennie
 

A:Powered USB HUB

when the computer shuts down ,the light indicating a usb is plugged in should go off

yes you can connect other devices to the hub

try the hub plugged into a different usb port on the computer

usually when the computer will not boot with usb plugged in it usually means one of the usb is faulty,not necessarily the

powered hub
 

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.4
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU G645 @ 2.90GHz, x64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 3488 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics, 1552 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 931 GB (792 GB Free);
Motherboard: ECS, H61H2-M12
Antivirus: Bitdefender Antivirus Free Edition, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled

I have a Canyon 4 port powered hub. When my PC is shut down, and the PSU is
turned off, the power light on the front of the case is still on.
Is this normal or will it cause damage to my PC?
Thanks
Dave
 

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I have an issue with my current vista installation of Ultimate SP1 x64 and my Hiyatek 7 port powered usb 2.0-hub. I've been looking for similar problem and solutions but so far neither of them have worked.

The problem is that randomly all usb-devices connected to it will fail and to get windows to recognize them again I need to unplug and reconnect the power and/or USB-cable to the hub. (It's quiet the anoyance to do this and watch while vista takes its time to find your newly connected devices as your party in the game is dying from lack of healing)

I believe this to be a driver issue, I have tried the following without success:

* Remove connected devices and let windows reinstall the hub alone then reboot.
* Install up-to-date bios and chipset drivers.
* Run with different device physical connection setups and different usb-ports.
* Tried hub at other location (Win XP x32 SP2, Latest Ubuntu), both works flawlessly with same setup.
* Checked that the usb-port the hub is connected to actually is usb 2.0
* Removed NFCACHE.1
* Worked my way through all Windows Update releases

Devices I have connected currently (although all are seldom 'used' at once):

* Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard
* Logitech MX Revolution
* Logitech USB Michrophone
* Canon Pixma MP600
* Hercules Dualpix HD Webcam
* Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming Reciever for Windows
* Sony Ericson w850i usb Connector Cable

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A:Powered USB hub fails

Why do you believe it's a driver issue?

If you have another computer handy, you may want to try the USB hub over there for a while.

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Would welcome some advice on hard disc matter.
Got an old windows Netbook which is pretty useless with very low speed, but it's got files on there which would be useful and I don't have space on other devices.
So I am thinking of doing what I did with an old computer before. I took out the HDD and transferred it to a powered HDD case, and used it as external hard drive, which worked perfectly well.
Only problem with this netbook, during a Windows update something went wrong and Windows crashed and was totally unusable and was not able to reinstall it.
So the question is, if I took out the HDD from the Windows corrupted netbook and put it into a powered case would it still work and data accessible by connecting with USB to my Windows 10 laptop.
Or would the previous windows corruption stop it from working
 

A:Old HDD into powered case

I simply use a littleApricorn single-piece SATA-to-USB cable to connect 2.5" drives to my computer, like this:

Then open a file manager to access the drive ... just like you would an external hard drive in an enclosure.
 

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I use Firefox and everytime i use it I have constant pop-ups, ads window pop-ups, new tabs open, new windos open, redirects, and ads all over every page i view. The ads all say things like Powered by Name, ADS BY name, AD OPTIONS, and highlighted words all over the page that pop-up small ads when I mouse over them. Please help me remove all of it. I have been Googling it and just cant seem to figure it out myself! PLEASE HELP!!
 
 

A:Powered by Name, Ad Options, Ads by Name

Junkware Removal Tool. Please download Junkware Removal Tool and save it on your desktop.Shut down your anti-virus, anti-spyware, and firewall software now to avoid potential conflicts.Run the tool by double-clicking it. If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7, right-click it and select Run as administrator.The tool will open and start scanning your system.Please be patient as this can take a while to complete depending on your system's specifications.On completion, a log is saved to your desktop and will automatically open.Please post the JRT log. Adware Cleaner. Please download AdwCleaner by Xplode onto your desktop.Close all open programs and internet browsers.Double click on adwcleaner.exe to run the tool.Click on Scan button.When the scan has finished click on Clean button.Your computer will be rebooted automatically. A text file will open after the restart.Please post the contents of that logfile with your next reply.You can find the logfile at C:\AdwCleaner[S1].txt as well.  Adware Removal Tool. Download Adware removal tool to your desktop, right click the icon and select Run as Administrator.Hit Ok.Hit next make sure to leave all items checked, for removal.The Program will close all open programs to complete the removal, so save any work and hit OK. Then hit OK after the removal process is complete,  then OK again to finish up. Post log generated by tool.   ZHP Cleaner. Download and save ZHP Cleaner to your de... Read more

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I installed a PCI Ex USB 3 card which uses a SATA3 Power connector in order to function as USB3. This forum may well know that my HP6200 has a PROPRIETARY 320W PSU (no 20/24 pin connector) which I am determined to keep owing to HPs $$$$ PSUs. I have been told that the SATA power connector supplies a small amount of power (900ma?) to the 2 USB3 ports on the card in order for them to function in that mode. At this time I am running ONLY an AC powered 2T USB3 external HD and am wondering if this causes any power draw on the internal PSU. I ask this because the external HD is separately powered.
 

A:AC Powered USB 3 drives

The card, any card or device, draws some power from the power supply to function. In this case the extra power connector is to provide power for devices that require additional power from the USB bus, USB 3.0 devices can draw up to 900ma of power per port. If you are using a self powered drive than the only power the card is drawing is likely from the PCI-Express slot. Is that extra draw a problem? Highly unlikely as there is generally way more than that provided in headroom when a system is designed.
 

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