Todd Denniston wrote: > > fully charged battery? > USB hub capable of sustaining the current required to charge the device? > I ask because when I was preparing to put data on a 4GB one using a Dell > windows computer the other day it did something similar ... then I > realized (found that the optical mouse also on that hub did not work > anymore) that the current draw had burned out the power in the hub (in > Dell monitor hub). > So I suggest first charging it (with a non computer USB charger) or > using a very powerful USB hub. > That sounds like a poorly designed hub - the port that is drawing too much is supposed to shut down, and leave the rest of the ports working. One more thing to check - you can not use a bus powered hub if you are going to have heavy current draw. You definitely need a self-powered hub. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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