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XTAR VC4 not charging?
Ya, the internal protection wants to protect your XTAR from "shorts"... that low voltage fools the regulators. I have one just like yours and mine can't be 'tricked' into charging no matter how many times I connect and reconnect.
If you bypass the regulators you may cook your batteries ~ if you forget about them in the charger; so "smart chargers" are your best bet,
After my XTAR I purchased a POWEREX and it was much better, but failed too after just 4 months. Sadly the seller is out of business. Now I'm using a really crummy charger I really don't trust...
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Want to flash chip of HP pendrive
What do you mean by flash the chip? Are you wanting to format it? If so it's just like formatting any other drive.
If you are talking about updating the software on the drive, first is it not working correctly? If it is, it can be very dangerous to update the software unless you know, exactly, what you are doing. One mistake and the drive will not work, ever, again.
If you are looking to update the software on the drive, check the manufactures website for the software and the instruction.
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What does ocp means on my 3000 watt powerdrive inverter
A little more context would have helped, but I strongly suspect that it is referring to Over Current Protection. That is to say, your inverter has built-in circuitry that will shut it down if you try to draw too much power from it. Think of it like the fuse or circuit breaker on your home wiring.
The OCP for most inverters is re-settable - either automatically (that is, a few seconds after you remove the overload, it starts working again) or manual (a button to press, or you turn the inverter off and back on).
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How to format a 64GB microSd card to FAT32
you need a card reader that you plug into usb port of computer
put 64 Gb microSd into reader device.
go to file explorer
find drive thAt represents drive. possibly D: or E:
right click on drive icon with mouse
then move mouse to format about half way down
second item down is shown as file type
change this to fat32
click click on start at bottom of format window
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