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How to get the pc games to the removable disc(J)
It is not completely clear if you mean large PC games or if you mean small PC games.
By small PC games I mean games similar to the games that come with Windows and that appear in the 'All Programs -> Games' folder. Such as 'Free Cell', 'Hearts' or 'Solitaire'.
By large games I mean games like 'World of Warcraft' or 'Mortal Combat'.
Also, do you want to install the games on your Flashdrive or store them there?
If you want to store a large game on your flash drive. Place the CD/DVD with the game on it in your CD/DVD drive and insert your Flashdrive in a USB port.
Open 'WIndows Explorer' or 'My Computer'. Locate the CD/DVD drive that you inserted the game disk in (most likely your D: drive).
In the 'Edit' menu select 'Select All' and then in the 'Edit' menu select 'Copy'.
Then locate the Flashdrive in 'WIndows Explorer' or 'My Computer'. And in the 'Edit' menu select 'Paste'.
While this will copy the files from your game's CD/DVD disk to your Flashdrive you may or may not be able to install the game from your Flashdrive.
You can use this same procedure to copy small games to your Flashdrive from your Hard Drive.
You will need to know where on your hard drive they are located. And they may or may not run from your Flashdrive.
Also you may be able to install and run games from your Flashdrive, When you run the Setup program from you game disk you will usually be given the option to select a alternative location to install the game.
Select your Flashdrive at that point and it may install correctly to your Flashdrive. If it does you should be careful to always use the same USB port or the game won't run.
Hope that helps.
on Mar 28, 2019
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on Mar 25, 2019
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).
on Mar 12, 2019
I want to display data from my USB Memory stick
Sorry, but that's not very specific.
Most USB memory sticks (aka thumbdrives) are "plug-and-play." Meaning you stick them in a USB host socket on a PC (MAC or Windows or Linux, for example) and they automatically get configured and are available for use - just as you would use a computer hard drive.
If that is not happening, then there is a good possibility that the stick is not properly formatted. If it is recognized, but you cannot access the data, then you may need to run the FORMAT utility on your computer. Be aware that this will erase any data currently on the stick.
If you KNOW that you have data on the stick, and it is important to you, then there are data recovery companies that will do their best to access the data (for a fee).
on Mar 05, 2019
What is the relationship of killowatt hrs and amps and 48 volts
Solar system? Did you mean "solar panel system"?
Unfortunately, some of your other terms are also a bit off. But let's see what we can clarify.
Battery capacity (whether a single, or a bank of batteries) is measured in kilowatt hours. A bank that is rated for 3.55 KwH will produce 3.55 kilowatts for one hour (at least in theory), or 10 watts for 355 hours, or any combination therein. The average home draws about 1.5 Kw (that's *average* - day and night), but much higher during the day (electric lights, appliances, etc. all turned on). So, very roughly, your battery bank is good for a couple of hours of average use - but might handle a home all night with minimal draw.
Sorry, but your final question is not answerable. A 48 volt system is 73 amps to do a full recharge during an hour. But that's too high a recharge rate for most systems. And batteries are not 100% efficient (figure on about 120% - or it will take about 4.25 KwH to charge a battery to 3.55 KwH. So the first issue is how quickly do you want the batteries to recharge.
Panel output varies widely (as does cost). And the amount of sunshine varies not only in duration, but also amount (an hour of sunshine on a clear day in Texas is worth more than an hour of sunshine on a clear day in North Dakota - although North Dakota may appreciate it more <G>). If you want to maintain the batteries, then figure on around 250 square feet of panels - but understand that this answer could be off by a factor of two or more - just depending on conditions.
on Mar 05, 2019
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