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    Storix DVD/CdRW

    Hey i just bought a Storix DVD/CDRW from a memeber on this forum and it didnt come with a ac plug. It says it need DC5v but when i went to radioshack and a few other stores all they had were 4.5v or 6v. any ideas? i tried to find the manufactor site but no luck Thanks!

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    Pull it off your power supply.
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    I use 4.5 and it's fine
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    Im using it with a laptop so i cant pull it off my power supply

    hmm i think im going to try the 4.5 thanks wizard!

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    hey wizard where did you get ur 4.5v power supply from??? does it have some kind of weird connector on it cuz nothing seems to fit???

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    I got a universal power supply from radioshack that came with all kinds of tips. If you go into the store and take the drive with you they'll sell you a tip for like a dollar (or free, depending on the guy you talk to)
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    Sorry to bust your bubble, but they are supposed to be free when you buy an adapter. If they have been charging you a dollar, go punch 'em in the face.
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    but if he's already got an adapter.....
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