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Installed PCI 1394 Firewire Host Adapter, computer doesnt boot

Q: Installed PCI 1394 Firewire Host Adapter, computer doesnt boot

I installed a PCI firewire card that i ordered, and my computer doesnt boot. It makes a couple of beeping noises (more than usual) and the computer just doesnt boot. I think it might be an IRQ conflict between the PCI firewire card and my new AGP graphics card, because my monitor doesn't work whenever the firewire card is in. These are some devices in my PCI slots: sound card, modem card, and ethernet adapter. Here are the specs: 500 MHz PC, pentiumIII, 512MB SDRAM, Windows XP Pro.

Is there a way I can install my PCI firewire card and make the computer boot? Thanks in advance for any advice.

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A: Installed PCI 1394 Firewire Host Adapter, computer doesnt boot

Look up the beep codes in your motherboards manual and see what they mean exactly. It can be something as simple as a loose keyboard cable.

You could also try putting the controller in another PCI slot. The first and the last PCI slots are not the best ones to use since usually those share resources with other motherboard devices.

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I'm trying to play games using the microsoft store on my PC and I'm unable to play with my friend who has an Xbox One. We're trying to play Sea of Thieves, which supports cross platform play, and I keep getting errors about the Teredo adapter for my PC.
I've looked into the problem and followed the advice to add legacy hardware in the device manager for the network adapter, but Teredo never is an option. Is there a safe portal to download the adapter from microsoft? or is there another avenue I should take?

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I'm not sure if this is a hardware or software problem. I recently noticed that a bunch of IEEE 1394 Bus Host Controllers (Texas Instruments OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller), 32 of them, added to my IEEE 1394 Bus Host Controller. Also, after that, I wasnt able to connect to the Internet. I had recently installed a Dynex Gigabit PCI Adapter, due to a problem I was having with my onboard network port. I plugged the network cable back into the onboard network port and I was able to connect, unfortunately, after a short amount of time the computer freezes. I've tried doing a system restore but that doesnt seem to do anything. Can anyone suggest what I can do?
 

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I just did a fresh install of Windows XP Pro on a clean drive. I am having a difficulty with the computer seeing my LAN connection. It does show a 1394 connection. I have tried using the wizard many times to create a new one for Ethernet connection. I tried finding a possible driver online for the Fic K7mnf64 motherboard, which the Nic is attached to, with no luck. I have not installed any other software other than Windows XP Pro. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
 

A:Computer Only Sees 1394 Network Adapter

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Ok, so I bought a new computer that came with Vista (which I hate but that's another topic ) My old one had a firewire 1394 in it, but I didn't order this one with it to save a few bucks. Can I take it out of the old computer and put it in the new one? Old computer was a Dell Dimension 4600 with XP. New one is Dell Inspiron 530 with Vista.
 

A:firewire 1394

If it's a PCI card, you can take it out and put it in another computer. If it's built into the motherboard, you can't.
 

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Just been contemplating where we are going with the latest protocol for USB as compared to IEEE 1394. USB 2.0 can support a data transfer rate of up to 480 Mbps while IEEE 1394, Firewire, supports rates up to 400 Mbps. So one would think that USB 2.0 is superior in that regard. Yet, few devices support USB 2.0, certainly DV devices haven't appeared nor seem to be on the horizon for this protocol. Then I learned that IEEE 1394a, a newer protocol for Firewire is being developed that would support transfer rates exceeding 1 Gbps. Then on top of that I found that IEEE 1394 cable comes in several flavors, 6 pin to 6 pin, 6 pin to 4 pin and 4 pin to 4 pin!! There's a lot of confusion out there. So is this USB 2.0 v IEEE 1394 going to be the latest war such as VHS v Beta or CD v audio DVD v SACD???

I am considering building my own computer and I would like to know if I should have USB 2.0 ports and Firewire ports or just one or the other on the box???

George
 

A:USB 2.0 v IEEE 1394 Firewire

I'll say stick with the Firewire 1394 for now , since you have more robust drivers for it and most of the DV devices do work better on it...
 

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I just upgraded to XP from 2k and am having problems with my Maxtor IEEE1394 drive. Worked great in 2000 but its seems that XP thinks the drive is some network connection or something. I get to the XP boot logo and it freezes there spinning my maxtor drive over and over(i even let it sit for 30 min). I tried disabling/uninstalling the newtork connection for it but it keeps on doin it. Maxtor's support site says nothing about this. Can anyone help me or even tell me if they have a maxtor firewire they switched from win2k to XP that worked or didnt work?
 

A:1394/firewire prob in XP

Hiya and welcome

This is the System Requirements:

Available 1394 port on your computer
PC: Pentium II or higher with a minimum 32 MB of RAM
Windows 98 Second Edition/Millennium/2000
Power Mac G3 or higher, Mac OS 8.6 or higher

It dosen't mention XP, though.

There is this:

Q-24: Why canít I run the 1394 External Storage with Windows NT 4.0?
A: NT 4.0 is not a plug and play operating system that supports 1394.

I know that is about NT, but that could be the reason why its not working.

From:

http://www.maxtor.com/products/externalstorage/TechSupport/Q&A/30028.htm

Do you get any error codes when this dosen't 'see' it?

Have a look at this:

Windows XP does not support USB 2.0

I know, different model, but is yours USB2?

Regards

eddie
 

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I have recently installed a PCI firewire card in my XP SP2 P4 desktop for use with a digital video camera. The problem is that the 1394 connection (in network connections) is always showing as connected with no device plugged into the port. If I plug in the camera, there is no change and the camera software says no device found. Any help would be much appreciated. Cheers
 

A:1394 / firewire always connected !!

Normal operation, it always looks like it's connected. Here's mine, and I can assure you no device is connected to any of the Firewire ports.
 

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I have an XP machine and a Win/2000 Pro machine, both with 1394 ports. I want a 1394 network between the two, but all I get is "Network Cable Unplugged" I'm using a brand new cable, so I am assuming it is not the cable. I have not been able to find a driver for the Win/2000 computer, but I have found software titled "Unibrain Firenet" Still get the "Network Cable Unplugged" message.

Any ideas on what I can do to fix this?

Thanks
Vic
 

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Greetings!

This is my first post here. As I am new to Windows 7 and never learned Vista, I am sure this will not be my last post.

I am the founder of a Paranormal Investigative Team in Florida.
I recently purchased a very inexpensive Laptop (eMachine) with windows 7. The lap top has only 2 USB ports. My night vision cameras (MiniDV's) use a 6 pin firewire connection.
I purchased a cable for USB to Firewire connection but Windows 7 has no compatibility/Driver it appears.
My question is how can I work around this or, does anyone know of a driver for this?

Thanks for the time and consideration!

David

A:1394 Firewire to USB Support

  
Quote: Originally Posted by USDave


Greetings!

This is my first post here. As I am new to Windows 7 and never learned Vista, I am sure this will not be my last post.

I am the founder of a Paranormal Investigative Team in Florida.
I recently purchased a very inexpensive Laptop (eMachine) with windows 7. The lap top has only 2 USB ports. My night vision cameras (MiniDV's) use a 6 pin firewire connection.
I purchased a cable for USB to Firewire connection but Windows 7 has no compatibility/Driver it appears.
My question is how can I work around this or, does anyone know of a driver for this?

Thanks for the time and consideration!

David



David

Welcome

You can use an earlier driver (vista, or XP) if you install the driver in compatibility mode. To do that right click the installer>properties>compatibility>choose OS

Let us know if you need help

Ken

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My Texas Instrument FireWire  1394 PCI is not compatible with my HP desktop Pavilion 550-153no. Anyone who knows which 1394 PCI card I should buy? Canon video transfer. Thanks for helping. 

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Can someone tell me the versions of Vista that supports the IEEE 1394 Firewire devices?


Thanks
Jesse

A:Firewire (IEEE 1394)

To my understanding, If your PC has a firewire port then it is supported no matter the OS version.
Someone please correct me If I am wrong.

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I see there is a 4.5M limitation, but can that be overcome?

Will the signal carry longer to something like 25'? I see there are a few cables available at that length. But newegg is out of stock on the 6-pin to 6-pin that I need.
 

A:1394 Firewire cable length?

Well, 4.5 meters is 15 feet, but I know that some uses of IEEE-1394 use much greater lengths. I worked on the fuel system for the X-47 UCAV, and Firewire was used for all the internal communications between the multiple redundant computers, and they're all over the airframe.
 

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I have a Sony DCR-TRV315 digital video camera hooked to my pentium III 600mhz computer via a 1394 firewire card. The card is listed in the device manager under 1394 Bus Controller as "Texas Instruments OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller" The 1394 card came with "MGI Videowave III" software on the installation disc, and the camcorder works excellent in that one program. I can take video and stills without any trouble at all. The problem is that the MGI program is the only place I can seem to make it work. I would like to be able to use it for a webcam. I would like to use it for some kind of video chat, but I can't figure out how to tell any of the programs where to look for the camera. They all seem to be looking for a USB or maybe the default webcam for Windows. Is there a way to make this IEEE 1394 card my default for the webcam? The camera itself doesn't have any software with it but I think if I could just tell the computer to go to the 1394 card when looking for a web cam then it would work. Any suggestions would be great. Thank you, Ted [email protected]
 

A:IEEE 1394 firewire or firepath

One post per topic please.

Closing duplicate.
http://www.helponthe.net/tsgbb/Forum9/HTML/004406.html
 

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Alrighty...
My buddy just moved to Texas on a military base.
The women at the desk gave him an Ethernet cord for his desktop but she said "for your laptop".
When he set everything up he had a new 1394 connection but no internet connection.
Now I'm not familiar at all with wireless and laptops so...
Does he need a laptop? Or does he need some sort of wifi card or something?

Any help would be appreciated
Thanks.
 

A:1394 Connection, Firewire, and Cards, oh my!

A 1394 connection is related to a firewire connection and has nothing to do with networking. An Ethernet cable is for a wired network connection. All recent laptops and desktops have a wired network adapter. He'll need to ask if wireless networking is available.
 

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Hello there. I have recently decided to build my self a quiet small desktop PC for use in my office room. I decided to use this motherboard: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/170157

Now this is the question. On the case it has a firewire plug. Now I do not need it at the moment but I may need it some time in the future but I don't think the motherboard has a firewire header. The plug for the firewire that comes from the front of the case looks the same as the USB plug as well and they both have the same pin blanked off. Can I plug the firewire front panel connector into the USB header? I have 2 of them and I only need one for the USB ports.

Thanking In advance,

Jack-O-Bytes
 

A:Solved: 1394 Firewire and USB Headers

You cannot plug the Firewire into a USB header or vice versa, physically yes, but electronically no. If you want to use it you'll need to purchase a firewire card with an internal firewire header.
 

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Dear Tech Support Guys,

I am having real trouble connecting a laptop and a PC together via Firewire. I want to do this so I can transfer files from the desktop to the PC.

I have:

1. A desktop and a PC, both running on Windows XP
2. A firewire cable
3. The fat end of the cable plugged into the PC, and the small end of the cable plugged into the laptop.

Please would somebody give me a step by step idiots guide to setting the computers up to share files. I have looked on various sites for help first, and although they try and explain it, as soon as they get on to the subject of changing IPs or setting up P2P networks I get really confused!

I look forward to any replies,
Edo
 

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I have a Sony handycam and every time i connect it to the computer with IEEE 1394 i get "USB Device Not Recognized". It's worked before when i had Windows XP, now in the device manager there is nothing that looks like IEEE 1394.

The IEEE 1394 is connected directly to motherboard, and its located on the front panel of my case.

Sony Handycam: DCR-HC39E PAL
DCR-HC39E (DCRHC39E, DCRHC39E.CEH) : Cameras & camcorders : Sony

Case: CoolerMaster Centurion 590
Centurion 590 - Cooler Master - Leading Provider of Computer Case | Cooler | Power Supply
Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate (64bit)
OS Service Pack: Service Pack 1

CPU Type: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400
Motherboard Name: Asus P5Q SE
ASUSTeK Computer Inc. - Motherboards- ASUS P5Q SE

System Memory: 2048 MB (DDR2-800 DDR2 SDRAM)
Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT (512 MB)

I saw some similar topics on many forums but nobody had the answer to this problem...

I uploaded some screenshots that might help...

A:FireWire (IEEE 1394) Not recognized...

  
Quote: Originally Posted by tonibgd


I have a Sony handycam and every time i connect it to the computer with IEEE 1394 i get "USB Device Not Recognized". It's worked before when i had Windows XP, now in the device manager there is nothing that looks like IEEE 1394.


Hello tonibdg,
I find no mention of IEEE 1394 Firewire in the specs of your Motherboard and when I look at the above mentioned Motherboard there is no Firewire connection to be seen.

Just how is this connection connected to your Motherboard?

The USB headers on a MB look the same as a Firewire header except they are different colours. It would not be good if this Firewire cable is connected to a USB header.

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I am using windows xp pro.I have 2 firewire drives and a minidv video camera connected via firewire - all have been working correctly for over 3 years with minimal problems - occasionally when the drives or camera were not detected a power on/off cycle and/or computer reset fixed the problem and all was restored and detected just fine.Until yesterday.I was capturing video - after completing a tape i was changing the tape and accidently unplugged the firewire cable to the camera - which immediately diconnected the camera, then the drives. Have done this before - did the usual power down / reset / power up.The firewire drives are detected and work but for the life of my i cannot get the camera to be detected anymore.When i turn on my camera - it makes the drives disconnect - exactly as described here:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/894956/en-usie turning on my camera connected to 1394 causes the drives to stop working, and my camera is not detected.Doing the workaround - disabling then enabling the 1394 controllers to force renumeration does not work. The drives remain undetected as does the camera. As soon as i turn off or diconnected the camera - the drives return!According to:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/830987/en-usI should update to sp3 - which i did - no change. So to sumarrize:When camera is turned on - it disconnects my firewire drives.When camera is turned off - the drives reconnect and workIf I power up with the drives diconnected and only the camera connected ... Read more

A:1394 Firewire Detection Problem

Have you checked in the Device Manager to see if there are any errors?

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Hello
My Firewire controller work not correct On firewire use soundcard
In Windows Firewire IRQ 14
And Controller Hard drive IRQ 14
Then i lisen music and work Hard drive Sound is crash in milli seconds And sound play next
In BIOS i change IRQ on 10 But Windows no changes (IRQ 14)
ACPI in BIOS not Diasable Only 2 menu S1 and S3
how change IRQ and how repair this problem
In Vista also same
In Winows XP work
My Windows 7 x64 bild Final
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-P35-DSL3
Firewire Nec

A:IEEE 1394 Firewire Nec (problem IRQ)

  
Quote: Originally Posted by mangal


Hello
My Firewire controller work not correct On firewire use soundcard
In Windows Firewire IRQ 14
And Controller Hard drive IRQ 14
Then i lisen music and work Hard drive Sound is crash in milli seconds And sound play next
In BIOS i change IRQ on 10 But Windows no changes (IRQ 14)
ACPI in BIOS not Diasable Only 2 menu S1 and S3
how change IRQ and how repair this problem
In Vista also same
In Winows XP work
My Windows 7 x64 bild Final
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-P35-DSL3
Firewire Nec


Have you upgraded the sound card driver? you need a different driver for win 7

Ken

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I bought an ATX case that has a front Firewire connection. The internal cable from the firewire port is a 9 pin female (5 on one row, 4 on another row).

My PCI Firewire card has a 4 pin male connection and a "standard" firewire port for internal connections.

Is there an adapter I can use in order to make the front firewire port functional?
 

A:Solved: Internal 1394 Firewire Cable

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Seasons greets to you all...

OK... Santa made my day by bringing me an external DVD/CD RW - that uses either USB2 or Firewire. Now, on none of my machines do I have a USB2 port, but on my laptop (Dell c840) and on my lads new laptop (Tosh A10 - which Santa also brought) there are iEEE 1394 ports.

I gather that these are indeed Firewire ports but the cable that is supplied with my DVD/CD RW is not of the same type...

Are there different types of firewire cable/port...?

Any advice greatly appreciated.

John
 

A:Firewire ports/cables - iEEE 1394

Yes, they are the same ports. I believe that there are 4 pin and 6 pin or something like that firewire "plugs." All you need to do is get a cable that goes from whatever is on your DVD/CDRW into the smaller/larger jack that's on your computer. Merry Christmas!
 

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I have a Compaq Presario with a 1394 firewire port on the back. I'm also using a broadband cellular modem for my internet connection. On the Axesstel CDMA 1xEV-DO modem/router, there is a 1394 port(4 pin-I think). I'm wondering if I can use that 1394 port (@ 400 Mbps) to connect with my pc...

I am currently using a standard RJ45 ethernet cable to connect the pc to the router.

So, two questions, 1. Can I utilize the faster 1394 port for networking vs the 100 Mbps ethernet port? and 2. What kind of cable do I need and where can I obtain one?

Please advise. Thanks!!
Mike
 

A:Connect pc to network router using 1394 firewire

What model router? Do you have a link to a user or reference manual?

You can buy a firewire cable at places that sell cables; e.g., Best Buy and Amazon.com.

Why would you want to do this?
 

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When connecting my Sony HC30 video camera to my computer Vista sees the camera fine using the 1394 firewire, but when I try to capture video from any software the computer crashes to a blue screen memory dump.

Vista is up to date, newest Directx installed. Newest Video card driver installed. Set screen resolution to 1024x768 to see if that would help it did not.

Here is my system information:
Windows Vista Business Service Pack 2 (build 6002)

Motherboard:Board: Foxconn BlackOps FAB A
Bus Clock: 333 megahertz
BIOS: Phoenix Technologies, LTD 6.00 PG 05/08/2009

3.00 gigahertz Intel Core2 Quad Q9650
64 kilobyte primary memory cache
3072 kilobyte secondary memory cache
64-bit ready
Multi-core (4 total)
Not hyper-threaded

1140.24 Gigabytes Usable Hard Drive Capacity
779.58 Gigabytes Hard Drive Free Space

TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S223L ATA Device [CD-ROM drive]
3.5" format removeable media [Floppy drive]

HTC Android Phone USB Device [Hard drive] -- drive 2
ST3500410AS ATA Device [Hard drive] (500.11 GB) -- drive 0, s/n 2020202020202020202020205635304d524c465a, SMART Status: Healthy
WDC WD6401AALS-00L3B2 ATA Device [Hard drive] (640.13 GB) -- drive 1, s/n 2020202057202d44435753413559353133303633, SMART Status: Healthy

3326 Megabytes Usable Installed Memory

Slot 'A0' has 2048 MB
Slot 'A1' is Empty
Slot 'A2' has 2048 MB
Slot 'A3' is Empty

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 [Display adapter]
Samsung SyncMaster [Monitor] (24.0"vis, s/n HCJP7023... Read more

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Recently I have been receiving an error message -DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL with the Blue Screen.

It happens when I am trying to interact with my camcorder when it is connected through Firewire. Mainly preview display with Adobe After Effects CS3 (32bit). It happens when I attemp to run Premiere Pro CS3 or Avid Media Composer too

The firewire card is: "VIA OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller"

Driver Version: 5.2.3790.1830 by microsoft

stop code
0x000000D1(0x0000000000000008, 0x0000000000000002, 0X0000000000000000, 0FFFFFADF9024426F)
OHCI1394,SYS Adress FFFFFADF9024426F Base At FFFFFADF9023A000, DATESTAMP 48a94ce9

OS
windows xp proffesional x64 edition version 2003
SP2

I hope someone can help

A:Driver_irql_not_less_or_equal / ohci.sys / firewire 1394 / XP 64bit

Often that message is caused by drivers or new hardware that the computer doesn't like.

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A brand new computer with Windows 7 Vista Ult 64 bit, in December upgraded to Windows 7 Ult 64 bit . Everything worked fine except for the firewire connection. Right from the clean installation it went wrong. Backup using firewire caused the computer locking up, BSD?s and loads of errors. I found/find 3 drivers in the device-manager:
a- 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller
b- 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller (old version)
c- VIA 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller
Nr a, lockes up the computer, the backup on the external drive freezes after 30 seconds causing critical errors
Nr c, works at a speed of 50% of the USB connection ( 10MB and far to slow) and causes a load of warnings (reporting the external drive as damaged which it isn?t)
Nr b, choosing the old one helped to solve all the problems temporarily, I could backup at a high speed using firewire, till this week ?.as the Windows Updates spoiled the fun.
Today I tested the drivers and the result..Nr?s a and b: lock up the computer, session not started , error 0x000000D and nr.c, backup succeeded at very low speed and with a load of ID 51 errors.
Did Windows killed the firewire again? And what to do to solve this because I would like to use the firewire connection.

A:Windows killed 1394 Firewire connection?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Jannoo


A brand new computer with Windows 7 Vista Ult 64 bit, in December upgraded to Windows 7 Ult 64 bit . Everything worked fine except for the firewire connection. Right from the clean installation it went wrong. Backup using firewire caused the computer locking up, BSD?s and loads of errors. I found/find 3 drivers in the device-manager:
a- 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller
b- 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller (old version)
c- VIA 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller
Nr a, lockes up the computer, the backup on the external drive freezes after 30 seconds causing critical errors
Nr c, works at a speed of 50% of the USB connection ( 10MB and far to slow) and causes a load of warnings (reporting the external drive as damaged which it isn?t)
Nr b, choosing the old one helped to solve all the problems temporarily, I could backup at a high speed using firewire, till this week ?.as the Windows Updates spoiled the fun.
Today I tested the drivers and the result..Nr?s a and b: lock up the computer, session not started , error 0x000000D and nr.c, backup succeeded at very low speed and with a load of ID 51 errors.
Did Windows killed the firewire again? And what to do to solve this because I would like to use the firewire connection.



I forced Windows back to use the old driver and tha resolved the issue. But apparently it created some other driver issues with the result a BSD ID 1001 and 1053. I am going to i... Read more

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 Hi, I am another new XPS 8910 owner(my 2005 XPS 410 still running also). I dod a little video editing etc, that is why I bought this machine, but it does not come with 1394 firewire car. I purchased a SIIG 3 port(1-400,2-800) PCIe card,installed & been trying to resolve a problem for over a week, been pulling my hair out. Here it goes, there are NO exclamation marks on 1394 card, none ever. When I first start the computer,& its up running, I can turn my Sony Hi 8 TRV510 camcorder on, then plug in firewire cable & it makes its sound acknowledging its plugged in, I can verify its plugged in my Pinnacle program under capture, but after approx. 20 minutes its as if card goes to sleep, It IS NOT recognized when plugging in or unplugging firewire cable. I would have to reboot computer then the same things repeat itself. Just to clarify, I have tried the 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller (Legacy) , even a Dell one that caused screen saver & display issues(freezing up the computer sending it into restart)... I/We have tries EVERYTHING. Any HELP is GREATLY appreciated, as I've lost much sleep this last week, & want to get this resolved...

A:XPS 8910 1394 FireWire card issues(windows 10 Pro)

I was hoping Dell could see this or & assist me?

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I am having trouble getting the Firewire to work on this card in 7 Ultimate. I tried using legacy drivers and none work. Does anyone have any input? Thanks.

A:VIA 7 Port IEEE-1394 Firewire & USB 2.0 PCI Combo Card

Did you try running the driver exe file in compatibility mode?
Compatibility Mode

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I would like to hook my camcorder up to my PC and download the video onto my system so I can burn it onto a CD-R.
I've been looking into this and I am a little confused ??

Is all I need to do this is to add a FireWire IEEE-1394 into my system?

Is this FireWire IEEE-1394 also the video capture card I would need to do this, or is the video capture card something different.

Thank you for any help on this !!!
 

A:FireWire IEEE-1394 and video capture card (Are they one in the same?)

Firewire is for capturing digital footage. If you have a MiniDV or Digital 8 or camera then you'll need to get a Firewire card. You need some sort of capture program to do the capturing. Most of the time you get a program with the firewire card.
 

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How do i install an os (or manage to install one) cus i tried installing androidx86 with ubuntu using Android-6.0-rc2.iso (direct download open straight in bosero (my burning application in ubuntu) instead of saving then burning) burnt to same disk i previously had ubuntu installer on but when i booted up it just went to a blinking white underscore and nothing else, then i tried deleting all my partitions and making a new partition with ef01 guid code filling up the entire disk (almost, from sector 2047 - (...)) and that didnt change anything, then i tried using different format types, different partition types, installing grub again, booting android from live cd (just get blank screen with blinking white underscore) nothing works, please help me

My current partition layout from GPT is in screenshot

Information for partition #1

Partition GUID code: E3C9E316-0B5C-4DB8-817D-F92DF00215AE (Microsoft reserved)
Partition unique GUID: 4B840343-CB6C-46EF-85FD-59DBD40C138D
First sector: 1920 (at 960.0 Kib)
Last sector: 1001919 (at 489.2 Mib)
Partition size: 999999 sectors (488.3 Mib)
Atribute flags: 0000000000000000
Partition name: "Reserve"

Information for partition #2

Partition GUID code: 024DEE41-33E7-11D3-9D69-0008C781F39F (MBR partition scheme)
Partition unique GUID: 0C6E959B-15A0-4A1C-91FB-8FD6B3962D39
First sector: 1001920 (at 489.2 Mib)
Last sector: 976773134 (at 465.8 Gib)
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I am making this thread for reference and am sure it will help many users.

Depending on hardware in use, while using MOTU (and perhaps others) professional audio sound interfaces, it may be necessary to use the legacy firewire driver so the audio is smooth without glitches or dropouts.

The problem? Windows 8 does not include the legacy driver like Windows 7 does.

I have posted the solution here, 4th post down:

MOTUNATION View topic - Windows 8 Consumer Preview + MOTU = Working

If you need help doing this for an x64 system, just let me know and we will hook it up.

Tags: Traveler, MK3, 4Pre, Ultralite, 828, 828MK3, 896, 896 Hybrid, crackles, hiss, pops

Mirrored file link:

Windows 7 IEEE 1394 Driver With Legacy Option Available.rar download

A:How to install Legacy IEEE 1394 Firewire driver in Windows 8 x86 MOTU

Hi. I have the same problem. Can you help with x64 legacy driver version? x86 version not works =/

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I would like to get a firewire (IEEE 1394) card for my Pavilion Slimline 400PC Series, to convert my mini DV from my Sony DCR-TRV950. First of all, it seems that the desktop has no firewire slot, isn't it?If this is the case, what kind of plugin card should I buy?

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Well I just installed Service Pack 2 and now my pc decided not to work. It loads up to the point of the screen where it says 'Windows XP' with the little blue bar going across and after that screen it goes black and starts to boot up again. It just continually does this. I've installed another copy of XP on my computer so i can still use it but what the hell has gone wrong with it?
 

A:Just installed Service Pack 2 and now pc doesnt boot: Urgent help needed

Can you get into safe mode??? if you can do a system restore to get it back to how it was, before SP2
 

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I am having some issues with the stability provided by the VIA OHCI Compliant IEEE1394 Host Controller on my almost new HP Slimline PC. The Firewire post recognizes my external WD hard drive, but sometimes the drive will simply vanish only to reappear on restart. I'm thought that maybe updating the driver for the VIA Firewire device might just help the device be more stable or resolve my issue. The current driver provided on the pc for the device is dated 6/21/06 Version 6.0.6001.18000. I've searched the net, but can't quite find a updated driver for this VIA Firewire device. Does anyone know where I might be able to download a new driver for the device?
 

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Hello again, I was running my tuneup utilities and it said that a device is not working properly. It is the VIA OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller. I went to the device manager and tried to update the driver etc...and nothing changed. I was wondering if someone could tell me what this is for first of all and if I need to fix it. I was using a wireless connection but I am not anymore. I am not hard wired to my connection. I am not sure if that has anything to do with the driver. Thank you in advance to anyone that can help me.

A:Help with VIA OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller

It's not clear from your post...
Is anything not working on your computer?

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I have a Ricoh, but changed it to the Legacy driver.
I still have to manually disable / enable it to access my drive.

I guess the Windows team figured it would make good use of a persons free time.

Anyone know how to fix this?
If the external is running when I boot, I have to go through this same process each time.

Thx

A:IEEE 1394 Bus Host Controller must be disabled/enabled

When I reinstall the correct FireWire (IEEE 1394): Ricoh Co Ltd R5C832 IEEE 1394 Controller driver, it still does the same thing. I must disable / enable it to access my drive.

How stupid is that?

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I got a new ethernet PCI adapter for my PC.

after I installed it into my computer(just the hardware not the drivers)...my computer stopped booting.
I mean the fan etc of computer is running but the computer doesnt start.

When I remove the ethernet adapter from the computer, my computer starts working again.

Please I need some help.

Thank you

aseem
 

A:computer doesnt start after installing ethernet adapter?

Bad network card. I would try replacing it even if it is a new one.
 

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Im running 2 64-bit Windows 7 computers. My host computer, which is my primary, I have connected to a second computer. I connected them using a standard ethernet cable and only my host has Internet connection. Can someone give me a brief step-by-step explanation on how to get both computers connected to the internet? I know this is probably very simple but I don't know how to correctly word it on google/youtube. o.o
Thanks!
 

A:Connecting a 2nd computer to a host computer w/ network adapter.

Using ICS (Internet Connection Sharing)
 

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Please can anyone help me solve this problem. I am trying to install UNIBRAIN IEEE 1394 BUS HOST CONTROLLER CARD DRIVER ON Intel(r) x86 CPU compatible system.
This is my system configuration:
Operating System: Windows Vista™ Business (6.0, Build 6000) (6000.vista_ldr.080917-1612)
Language: English (Regional Setting: English)
System Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
System Model: HP Compaq dx7400 Microtower
BIOS: Phoenix - AwardBIOS v6.00PG
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU E2160 @ 1.80GHz (2 CPUs), ~1.8GHz
Memory: 1012MB RAM
Page File: 1369MB used, 923MB available
Windows Dir: C:\Windows
DirectX Version: DirectX 10
Please, I need it urgently. Ur assistance will be greatly appreciated. Thank you all

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Hello,Because of a FireWire issue, after researching the web, most solutions point to installing the "Legacy" 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller.But as per the instructions I have seen...
Right-click on IEEE 1394 Bus Host Controller.
Select Update Driver....
Select Browse my computer for Driver Software
Select Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer

In the list there is supposed to be an option for 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller (Legacy)But for some reason on my computer & another 1 I tried that option is not there.  How can I get that option to appear ?  I must choose that Legacy one !
Mine & the other machine I tested both have Vista Ultimate 64bit...Any help would be greatly appreciated !Thank youJeff

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I have a SX38P2 Pro Shuttle PC with Windows 7 RTM installed, and I'm experiencing an odd problem with the onboard IEEE 1394 controller. I don't have any firewire devices attached to the PC (it has one mini-connector on front and a regular size on in the back), but the entry for the host controller itself looks REALLY strange in Device Manager. There are 4 entries for "IEEE 1394 Controller" showing up under an "Other devices" node, and 28(!) "Texas Instruments 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller" entries showing up under a "IEEE 1394 Bus host controllers" node. If I view by connection, all 32 entries show under Intel(R) 82801 PCI Bridge - 244E.The four "Other devices" entries all have a status of "No drivers are installed for this device" and give the location as PCI bus 4, device 28, 29, 30 and 31. Under resources it says "This device isn't using any resources because it has a problem"The 28 other entries show with one of 3 errors:Device 0 through 9 show code 12 (This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use)Device 10 shows code 10 (This device cannot start)Device 11-27 show code 31 (This device is not working properly because Windows cannot load the drivers required for this device)All of these 28 show the driver as "Texas Instruments 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller". Driver provider = Microsoft, Driver date = 6/21/2006, Driver version = 6.1.7600.16385, Digital Signer = Micros... Read more

A:Trouble with Texas Instruments IEEE 1394 bus host controller

Hi hecatol,

You can try to run Windows Update to scan for updates. Make sure that the ?Recommended updates? box in Windows Update->Change settings is chosen. Then click Check for updates, if the drivers for IEEE 1394 controllers are listed, please install them.

If there is no proper driver, please have a look at the link below:

Texas Instruments OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller driver
Since the driver is for Windows XP, I suggest you install it in Windows XP compatible mode.

Good luck. Cecilia Zhou

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Under "NETWORK CONNECTIONS" then into "LAN or HIGHSPEED INTERNET" I found 1394 connection enabled. I looked at the status and found this process is presently running and has been on for 6 days 12 hours 19 minutes 6 seconds and counting. What is it and why is the run time being logged? My computer has been up (Gateway media series with windows XP) and in operation for almost a year. Looks like something has been downloaded that I was not aware of. I have also been experiencing problems with other programs. My scanner comes on in the middle of the night by itself, then scans AND prints! I also get message pop-ups saying "Microsoft Picture -It is attempting to access the internet." I also get EULAs for game software that was loaded and registered long ago. Therefore, accessing and playing the games is denied. Should I disable the 1394 NET ADAPTER (Intel(r) pro/100 VE network, connection-packet, scheduler miniport version 1.05.008)?
 

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Hi ... Can someone please tell me what is 1394 net adapter used for ??? I notice in my network connections i have my interface card ( 3COM )which i use for the internet and i have 2 1394 net adapter ... Do i need these 2 1394 net adapter ??? If not how can i delete them ??? Thanks
 

A:1394 net adapter

http://www.driverforum.com/network4/2568.html
i only read about for 4 min ...but check it out
 

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When I use the device manager and expand Network Adapters I see three devices:
Realtek ... Fast Ethernet NIC
Atheros ... Wireless Network Adapter
1394 Net Adapter
(your system will be different in which are present and the brand names for the devices)

(1) is the wired Network Interface Card / chip
(2) is the WiFi wireless card / chip

But what is the 1394? Can this be used for Internet access? Short answer: no.

The 1394 is a reference to the IEEE 1394 Specification.
This device enables support for Firewire devices, which compete against USB devices.
Typically external HDs come with both USB and 1394 Firewire ports.

Speed: 800MB Max, 400MB/s typical, 200MB nominal on XP

File Sharing: MS KB310433 cites:
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) over IEEE 1394. This feature makes it very easy to share a single Internet connection when you connect one computer to the Internet and then connect more computers to the first computer. The Windows XP built-in Internet Connection Sharing feature provides the necessary software support. IPX is NOT supported​
Unless you have a Firewire device, you can ignore the device and even disable it
to save power (on laptops) and clarify the fact that this device is of no concern ON YOUR system.
 

A:What is the '1394 Net Adapter'?

I get enough inquiries about firewire to ethernet adapters (mostly from Mac users for some reason) that I suspect some enterprising manufacturer (probably in Asia) will eventually come out with one, much like they did for USB to Ethernet adapters a while ago.
 

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I have an external hard drive that the USB port went bad. I used a FireWire cable to hook it up to my computer. I got a new computer and it does not have a FireWire port. I looked at Tiger direct and newegg and cannot find a cable or adapter to go from 1394 to USB. Does any have any suggestions on what I can do? Thanks
 

A:adapter for 1394

You can get a PCI-Express to Firewire card: http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Description=firewire PCIe&Submit=ENE

Or replace the enclosure with a new one.
 

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Please help me!
I recently downloaded the updates Microsoft recommended for my XP machine. Since then, my sound card is not recognized (No Audio Device in device manager) and my video card is not displaying correctly. When I review my Device manager, the 1394 Net Adapter#2 has a yellow exclamation next to it (it was not there before). Does anyone know how I can clear up these issues? I have tried a bunch of things I have seen posted on forums and the like with no success.
Thanks a lot!
 

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