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I thikn this damaged my Yoke (green) display.
on May 16, 2014
That I can't prove, but let me tell you something that does happen consistently:
IF I plug the ac adapter (connected to the yoke of course) and then I connect the Yoke to the computer FRONT USB port: All front lights on the PC turn on!!! The light for the digital CPU temperature display (yep my box has that) and the lights for power and hard drive turn on! WITH THE COMPUTER UNPOWERED (even disconnected).
So the power from the ac adapter goes from there to the yoke and BACKWARDS through the USB connection cable.
I think, that UNLESS you do have a lot of stuff connected and running, you should avoid plugging the ac adapter because it seems it overpowers the system (yoke and even the computer).
I do connect a LOT of stuff on the Yoke, that's why I bought this on the first place. BUT I used to turn off the PC and just leave the ac adapter plugged, until I noticed this phenomenon.
It does work when it comes to power up a lot of hardware, but nowhere it says that you should/must FIRST disconnect the ac adapter and THEN turn off the PC.
And since usually the power for the Yoke display comes FROM the Yoke USB, I think that there was an overpowering of said display and it burned. :'(
Replays are welcome if you experience the same or if you can't get the same results that I have.