I guess it might depend on the device though. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. If I disable ‘quick boot’ I can see the following during the boot sequence: At least it works for me. To modify value, right click on start, select modify, and type in 2. Only I don’t have such a node. I’m trying to connect a mixing board, but the firewire port is not..
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Maybe on older devices the driver isn’t doing what it’s supposed to do, and perhaps you have no updated driver and can’t get one. If I disable ‘quick boot’ I can see the following during the boot sequence: I guess it’s a plus to at least see that’s showing up Mine is a version 2 card. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this information.
Friday, August 20, I checked off and on over the years whether the firewire host controller loaded or not and as I recall it still loaded intermittently – sometimes it did, sometimes it didn’t.
I just purchased a new custom built computer and I have no firewire device in my device manager fidewire play with.
It is functioning well, apart from the firewire card not being recognized. Sorry that didn’t work. Unfortunately I can’t say it kept working on my machine either. The OS doesn’t install the service for the bus unless the device is plugged in at startup the external hard drive, camera, or whateverand sometimes it doesn’t direwire the service even if the device is plugged in.
Please remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helps you, and to click “Unmark as Answer” if a marked post does not actually answer your question. Tuesday, February 18, 2: This is what I did and it works, seems very simple, logical. This opens the registry. Can you please post another link with the same result?
Edited by enriquequasar Tuesday, February 18, 2: You might have to do a little digging here to make sure you’ve got the right service.
The card does not come with any drivers. Office Office Exchange Server. I can see that the BIOS does see the firewire card.
CiB PCI card with 3x Firewire ports Conceptronic
I changed this to 2, which means ‘start at startup’. When I click on the ohci folder it brings up a list of settings. Pages on the web offering advice on this kind of problems start their solutions with going to the device manager and expanding the “IEEE Bus host controllers” node in the device tree.
Does someone else have another solution?? That’s the way it is for me with an older Acom external hard drive Monday, October 9, 8: Only I don’t have such a node. carc
Conceptronic Ci1394B VIA Chip 4-Port Firewire PCI Card
On my computer it’s ohci. Depending on what driver you’re using for the bus host controller, you might see an extra entry popup in device manager if you’re using the ‘legacy’ driver. I have updated the BIOS to the latest version. Nor can drivers be downloaded from the Conceptronic website. I don’t know what kind of card i have Is there other information worth sharing? Windows 7 IT Pro.