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    USB HUB Powering

    Hey guys so i was having problems booting up my pc. I came to a conclusion that my usb hub is drawing too much power from my opus 120w. I find it ver weird but yes. I also have my soundcard powered of my opus but with that and the hub both connected it wont work. So i need to power my hub from another source. Here is my usb hub:
    http://www.compusa.com/products/prod...10728&pfp=cat3

    Can i get a 5v regulator at 1A from radioshack and have it power my hub? Or is there another soluttion?
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    this have been cover a lot so and you will find the answer.

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    There is even a new thread about cheap power regulator going on right now.
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