"Live" means that there is current running through the cable or wire or system in general.
Nothing is wrong. One cable runs from the alternator directly to the ungrounded post of the battery, without any need of going through the key switch. For this wire to become "dead", one of the cables to the battery must be unhooked.
It should differ on where you live, and what cable provider you have. I know some channels differ on what cable provider that you have. It was always confusing for me at first.
What kind of router should I buy for xbox 360 live using cable modem?
there are 2 ends of an ethernet cable one goes into your xbox one goes into modem make sure both your xbox and modem are off when you have connected both plugs the modem should restart by itself when it has turn on your xbox and then go to system settings then network settings and lastly test xbox live connection if you have done this correctly you should have a message saying xbox live is up and running if the test failed i dont know what 2 tell you
A "live" cable is used to supply a voltage potential to a load.
Xbox live takes up a small amount of internet usage, but it has no effect with the computer, especially if the modem/router you are using has no Ethernet cable running to your computer.
I don't know if a '92 is different to my '84 240 dl but for my car it's quite straight forward. Disconnect the battery. There are 3 bolts to remove which hold the alternator, start with the one which tensions the fanbelt via a sliding arm. Once loosened move the arm/alternator to release the tension and unhook the fanbelt. Then undo the other two bolts and slide them out, then there is an earth cable, a live cable and one other to undo. I guess this may vary on other models with different connections.
no, you need to take the cable out of the box first, plug it in, and connect.
A few of their award shows and major event can streamed live on their website if you do not have cable.
No, your live (brown) cable takes the load and pulls the amps from the supply, not the neutral. Your ammeter should be clipped on the live to get a correct reading.
Yes All Routers Should Allow Xbox Live Through Wireless Or Cable