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    not enough power? weird problem HELp please :-D

    whats up!! well i was going down to riverside california from my house in orange county today and about half way my computer just shuts off so i turn it on again and i get a RED led on the cpu which i have neverseen... i thought it overheated but no that wasnt the problem... but then when i brought it home and hooked it upto my wall outlet it booted up fine i believe im usign a 150 watt power supply... help me out please :-D it has never happend before so its really weird

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    First off, I suggest you go look up what that red LED means. You're the one with the manual, not us

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    1st off bump :-D
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    i checked my inverter its a 75 watt lol its like a little kid... i want to know what inverter i should get i not shure what my power supply is rated please help me out :-D i foudn a colman 400/800 watt power supply for about 45 bucks is that a good deal?

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    You should get an inverter that can produce at least 200W continuous if you are using a 150W PSU
    Bigger always better
    Yeah, the inverter will only supply whatever the PSU asks for.
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