[nSLUG] hp external dvd burner
laudire2you at yahoo.ca
Tue Dec 23 20:32:23 AST 2008
I'll look around but it is definitely a terminal that I have never seen before. We have to go to Sydney but it won't be for another 3 weeks. If anyone wants to pm me ( laudire2you at yahoo.ca ) I can send a picture.
--- On Tue, 12/23/08, Daniel Morrison <draker at gmail.com> wrote:
From: Daniel Morrison <draker at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [nSLUG] hp external dvd burner
To: "Nova Scotia Linux User Group" <nslug at nslug.ns.ca>
Received: Tuesday, December 23, 2008, 8:26 PM
Don't know about you, but to my eye the manual shows NOT a standard
computer power cord, but rather a common cord used in battery
chargers, radios, VCRs, DVD players, and at least the Playstation 1,
if not also other game consoles. Check your small appliances, you
might find several to test with. They commonly have either one or two
notches, seemingly designed to create unnecessary incompatibility!
If you need a replacement, check your local thrift/second hand store,
they'll probably be some for a fraction of the new cost at a place
like Staples, plus you're recycling!
2008/12/23 Rich <budman85 at eastlink.ca>:
> rejean chamberland wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> Someone gave me a hp dvd writer dvd630e ( external drive ) several months
> ago. I told her that I didn't have time then but that I would
> if I could make it work.
> I didn't noticed it at the time but it came with the usb cable and the
> adaptor that connect into the drive but the chord going from the wall to
> adaptor is missing.
> The drivers are missing but I can get them online unless I don't need
> running Linux. . Since the dvd drive looks in such a good shape it would
> sad not to be able to use it.
> Could someone tell me how I should go about trying to get the missing
> It has 2 male ends and the one connecting to the adaptor as 3 prongs (?)
> the kind of a heart shape. I could send a picture if someone need it.
> Thanks in advance and have a nice holiday season everyone.
> The manual shows a hi-speed USB 2.0 wire ($20) and a standard 3 prong
> computer 6 ft power cord ($6-10).
> Staples or any small computer store should carry them.
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