Win XP IEEE 1394 driver problem

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  1. Shikhar

    Shikhar New Member

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    Recently I installed a PCI NEC Firewarden IEEE 1394 card.
    Win XP recognised it and installed it. But after a few days, when I tried capturing video from my handycam, I was unable to do so.
    When I opened the device manager tab I found an ' ! ' mark before the "Network adapter on IEEE 1394" whereas under the IEEE 1394 devices everything was fine.
    I uninstalled the drivers and reinstalled them and restarted my PC. But again the same problem occured.
    What should I do???
     
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    beyondthegracefgod New Member

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    Hey........was ne driver or s/w provided with ur handycam.
    Also most importantly make sure tat u hav the usb 2.0 driver installed.
    if u dont use the windows update to do tat.when u installed the card was a option of setting up a network given ?
     
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    No, the driver was not provided with my handycam. Win XP recognised it and installed the drivers. I have already installed USB 2.0 drivers.
     
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    when u click on properties of the network adapter what does it say ?
    is there a conflict ?
    try installin the drivers for the adapter witht he ! ask windows to do it
    if this doesnt work
    uninstall it
    delete it from device manager shutdown
    install it in a diff pci slot
    and then restart
    and reinstall the drivers
     
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    I have the same problem with my 1394 card
    XP does not detect my camera
    I searched the Internet about this matter and it seems lot of people have the problem
    The one thing I have Learnt from all the search is that for a camera to be detected through 1394 card there is no need for camera software
    even if u do install it it is not going to make a difference
    the s/w is always for USB
    THE PROBLEM is XP installs the drivers for the 1394 card automatically
    The driver needs to be
    'Texas Instruments OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller'
    I am not able to find this driver
    If any one does find it please help
     
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