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Re: Digest Number 1426

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  • humpda
    Hi Thanks for the reply I did add a power supply to the a 2.5 drive I had but it seemed to provide power to the nslu2 even when it was turned off...I would
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      Hi
      Thanks for the reply

      I did add a power supply to the a 2.5" drive I had but it seemed to provide power to the nslu2 even when it was turned off...I would shut down the nslu2 and hear the appropriate beeps from the nslu2 to indicate it had shut down but it seemed to still be getting power from the external caddy.

      Cheers

      --- In nslu2-general@yahoogroups.com, phil reed <phillipcreed@...> wrote:
      >
      >
      > >I have tried another 5v 2amps power supply with same result.
      > > What
      > could be causing this issue and what can I do to diagnose
      > > this issue
      > and resolve it..
      >
      > Diagnosis is simple: add a power supply to your external case. Even the small
      > cases typically have a place to add a power supply. I suspect you will find that
      > the NSLU2's USB port is not a "high-power" port and cannot support current hogs
      > like most small drive cases.
      > --
      > ...phil
      >
      >
      > "Democracy is a system wherein everybody gets
      > exactly what the majority deserves."
      >
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