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Anonymous
July 15, 2004 1:33:44 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)

I have fitted an PCI to Firewire IEEE 1394 host adaptor
card to system. When started message appears "New
hardware found" however driver will not load. Device
manager indicates error "Device not configured correctly
Code 1" Have read K.B. Article 125174 which indicates
problem is with loading driver, however have followed
instructions but will not load. Have tried three
different brands of card yet all experience the same
problem. Manufactures advise that it is problem with
system loading driver. Has anyone experienced the same
problem which I understand is fairly common.

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Anonymous
July 15, 2004 4:09:21 AM

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You said you tried three different cards and you installed the software
for all of them? Also, what build of Windows are you using (Service
Pack 2)? Have you checked with your motherboard manufacturer to see if
there are any BIOS updates or if this is a common problem? Seems odd
that three different brands would not work.

Nathan McNulty

John KIELY wrote:

> I have fitted an PCI to Firewire IEEE 1394 host adaptor
> card to system. When started message appears "New
> hardware found" however driver will not load. Device
> manager indicates error "Device not configured correctly
> Code 1" Have read K.B. Article 125174 which indicates
> problem is with loading driver, however have followed
> instructions but will not load. Have tried three
> different brands of card yet all experience the same
> problem. Manufactures advise that it is problem with
> system loading driver. Has anyone experienced the same
> problem which I understand is fairly common.
Anonymous
July 15, 2004 1:00:02 PM

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I have exactly the same problem! I installed a new Firewire card today because I want to edit DV movies on my PC. When I tried to install the IEEE 1394-controller, I got the message "unable to install..... not valid data"

"John KIELY" wrote:

> I have fitted an PCI to Firewire IEEE 1394 host adaptor
> card to system. When started message appears "New
> hardware found" however driver will not load. Device
> manager indicates error "Device not configured correctly
> Code 1" Have read K.B. Article 125174 which indicates
> problem is with loading driver, however have followed
> instructions but will not load. Have tried three
> different brands of card yet all experience the same
> problem. Manufactures advise that it is problem with
> system loading driver. Has anyone experienced the same
> problem which I understand is fairly common.
>
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Anonymous
July 15, 2004 8:13:49 PM

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Using XP Home edition.
Updated all BIOS etc. Installed all SP updates ect.
Intel list problem and advise that Microsoft installed
patch to SP 1 to overcome the problem. Nothing seems to
work. Any more suggestions?

John KIELY


>-----Original Message-----
>You said you tried three different cards and you
installed the software
>for all of them? Also, what build of Windows are you
using (Service
>Pack 2)? Have you checked with your motherboard
manufacturer to see if
>there are any BIOS updates or if this is a common
problem? Seems odd
>that three different brands would not work.
>
>Nathan McNulty
>
>John KIELY wrote:
>
>> I have fitted an PCI to Firewire IEEE 1394 host
adaptor
>> card to system. When started message appears "New
>> hardware found" however driver will not load. Device
>> manager indicates error "Device not configured
correctly
>> Code 1" Have read K.B. Article 125174 which indicates
>> problem is with loading driver, however have followed
>> instructions but will not load. Have tried three
>> different brands of card yet all experience the same
>> problem. Manufactures advise that it is problem with
>> system loading driver. Has anyone experienced the
same
>> problem which I understand is fairly common.
>.
>
Anonymous
July 15, 2004 11:00:40 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)

Are you running Service Pack 1 or Service Pack 2? As of right now,
FireWire has issues with Service Pack 2 which will be fixed once it is
officially released.

Nathan McNulty

anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com wrote:

> Using XP Home edition.
> Updated all BIOS etc. Installed all SP updates ect.
> Intel list problem and advise that Microsoft installed
> patch to SP 1 to overcome the problem. Nothing seems to
> work. Any more suggestions?
>
> John KIELY
>
>
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>You said you tried three different cards and you
>
> installed the software
>
>>for all of them? Also, what build of Windows are you
>
> using (Service
>
>>Pack 2)? Have you checked with your motherboard
>
> manufacturer to see if
>
>>there are any BIOS updates or if this is a common
>
> problem? Seems odd
>
>>that three different brands would not work.
>>
>>Nathan McNulty
>>
>>John KIELY wrote:
>>
>>
>>>I have fitted an PCI to Firewire IEEE 1394 host
>
> adaptor
>
>>>card to system. When started message appears "New
>>>hardware found" however driver will not load. Device
>>>manager indicates error "Device not configured
>
> correctly
>
>>>Code 1" Have read K.B. Article 125174 which indicates
>>>problem is with loading driver, however have followed
>>>instructions but will not load. Have tried three
>>>different brands of card yet all experience the same
>>>problem. Manufactures advise that it is problem with
>>>system loading driver. Has anyone experienced the
>
> same
>
>>>problem which I understand is fairly common.
>>
>>.
>>
Anonymous
July 15, 2004 11:06:55 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)

I ran across this link on another thread:

A problem installing adapter cards in a Windows XP system

Problem

You have purchased a new motherboard and installed it in your Windows XP
system; successfully for the most part, but whenever you try to install
a sound card or network card, and then boot the system you get the
message, "An error has occurred during the installation of this device.
The data is invalid." For some reason, you have not been able to install
an AGP video card, but you have been able to install a PCI video card,
You have also tried unsuccessfully to install two different makes of
network and sound card. The other measures you have taken to rectify the
problem are: - reflashed the BIOS with the latest update, and tried
replacing Windows XP with its forerunner, Windows 2000. Because the same
error occurs with both versions of Windows, you suspect that the problem
has to be hardware-related.

A possible solution

The usual cause of this problem in Windows 2000/XP systems is Registry
keys that are set as read-only.

From the Start menu, click Run and enter RegEdit to run the Registry
Editor. Open the following - Keys => HKey_Local_machine => System =>
CurrentControlSet => Enum => PCI.

You will see several keys in this form - Ven_xxxx - where xxxx
represents a string such as - 1102&Dev_004&Subsys_00011103&Rev_04.

In each of these folders there is another folder that has a long
numerical name. Open each of these folders, and look for the DeviceDesc
entry that matches the type of hardware that you are trying
unsuccessfully to install. Use the right mouse button to click on the
Ven_xxxx entry for that device, and click Permissions. If it is set to
read-only, then that is the cause of the problem. To rectify it, change
it to Allow Full Control.

http://www.pcbuyerbeware.co.uk/Tips.htm#probleminst

Could try that. I will look for some more info when I get a chance ;) 

Nathan McNulty

anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com wrote:

> Using XP Home edition.
> Updated all BIOS etc. Installed all SP updates ect.
> Intel list problem and advise that Microsoft installed
> patch to SP 1 to overcome the problem. Nothing seems to
> work. Any more suggestions?
>
> John KIELY
>
>
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>You said you tried three different cards and you
>
> installed the software
>
>>for all of them? Also, what build of Windows are you
>
> using (Service
>
>>Pack 2)? Have you checked with your motherboard
>
> manufacturer to see if
>
>>there are any BIOS updates or if this is a common
>
> problem? Seems odd
>
>>that three different brands would not work.
>>
>>Nathan McNulty
>>
>>John KIELY wrote:
>>
>>
>>>I have fitted an PCI to Firewire IEEE 1394 host
>
> adaptor
>
>>>card to system. When started message appears "New
>>>hardware found" however driver will not load. Device
>>>manager indicates error "Device not configured
>
> correctly
>
>>>Code 1" Have read K.B. Article 125174 which indicates
>>>problem is with loading driver, however have followed
>>>instructions but will not load. Have tried three
>>>different brands of card yet all experience the same
>>>problem. Manufactures advise that it is problem with
>>>system loading driver. Has anyone experienced the
>
> same
>
>>>problem which I understand is fairly common.
>>
>>.
>>
Anonymous
July 16, 2004 10:40:23 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)

Nathan,
Ran this and the problem has been resolved. Device
successfully installed and the "device manager" indicates
that it is working correctly. Will use it now but I
don't anticipate any further problems. Thanks for all
your help. It may have taken me months to locate the
issue. Thanks again

John KIELY

>-----Original Message-----
>I ran across this link on another thread:
>
>A problem installing adapter cards in a Windows XP system
>
>Problem
>
>You have purchased a new motherboard and installed it in
your Windows XP
>system; successfully for the most part, but whenever you
try to install
>a sound card or network card, and then boot the system
you get the
>message, "An error has occurred during the installation
of this device.
>The data is invalid." For some reason, you have not been
able to install
>an AGP video card, but you have been able to install a
PCI video card,
>You have also tried unsuccessfully to install two
different makes of
>network and sound card. The other measures you have
taken to rectify the
>problem are: - reflashed the BIOS with the latest
update, and tried
>replacing Windows XP with its forerunner, Windows 2000.
Because the same
>error occurs with both versions of Windows, you suspect
that the problem
>has to be hardware-related.
>
>A possible solution
>
>The usual cause of this problem in Windows 2000/XP
systems is Registry
>keys that are set as read-only.
>
> From the Start menu, click Run and enter RegEdit to run
the Registry
>Editor. Open the following - Keys => HKey_Local_machine
=> System =>
>CurrentControlSet => Enum => PCI.
>
>You will see several keys in this form - Ven_xxxx -
where xxxx
>represents a string such as -
1102&Dev_004&Subsys_00011103&Rev_04.
>
>In each of these folders there is another folder that
has a long
>numerical name. Open each of these folders, and look for
the DeviceDesc
>entry that matches the type of hardware that you are
trying
>unsuccessfully to install. Use the right mouse button to
click on the
>Ven_xxxx entry for that device, and click Permissions.
If it is set to
>read-only, then that is the cause of the problem. To
rectify it, change
>it to Allow Full Control.
>
>http://www.pcbuyerbeware.co.uk/Tips.htm#probleminst
>
>Could try that. I will look for some more info when I
get a chance ;) 
>
>Nathan McNulty
>
>anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com wrote:
>
>> Using XP Home edition.
>> Updated all BIOS etc. Installed all SP updates ect.
>> Intel list problem and advise that Microsoft installed
>> patch to SP 1 to overcome the problem. Nothing seems
to
>> work. Any more suggestions?
>>
>> John KIELY
>>
>>
>>
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>You said you tried three different cards and you
>>
>> installed the software
>>
>>>for all of them? Also, what build of Windows are you
>>
>> using (Service
>>
>>>Pack 2)? Have you checked with your motherboard
>>
>> manufacturer to see if
>>
>>>there are any BIOS updates or if this is a common
>>
>> problem? Seems odd
>>
>>>that three different brands would not work.
>>>
>>>Nathan McNulty
>>>
>>>John KIELY wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>I have fitted an PCI to Firewire IEEE 1394 host
>>
>> adaptor
>>
>>>>card to system. When started message appears "New
>>>>hardware found" however driver will not load. Device
>>>>manager indicates error "Device not configured
>>
>> correctly
>>
>>>>Code 1" Have read K.B. Article 125174 which
indicates
>>>>problem is with loading driver, however have followed
>>>>instructions but will not load. Have tried three
>>>>different brands of card yet all experience the same
>>>>problem. Manufactures advise that it is problem with
>>>>system loading driver. Has anyone experienced the
>>
>> same
>>
>>>>problem which I understand is fairly common.
>>>
>>>.
>>>
>.
>
Anonymous
July 17, 2004 3:53:16 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)

So it was the registry settings? That is good to know it is working now :) 

Nathan McNulty

John KIELY wrote:

> Nathan,
> Ran this and the problem has been resolved. Device
> successfully installed and the "device manager" indicates
> that it is working correctly. Will use it now but I
> don't anticipate any further problems. Thanks for all
> your help. It may have taken me months to locate the
> issue. Thanks again
>
> John KIELY
>
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>I ran across this link on another thread:
>>
>>A problem installing adapter cards in a Windows XP system
>>
>>Problem
>>
>>You have purchased a new motherboard and installed it in
>
> your Windows XP
>
>>system; successfully for the most part, but whenever you
>
> try to install
>
>>a sound card or network card, and then boot the system
>
> you get the
>
>>message, "An error has occurred during the installation
>
> of this device.
>
>>The data is invalid." For some reason, you have not been
>
> able to install
>
>>an AGP video card, but you have been able to install a
>
> PCI video card,
>
>>You have also tried unsuccessfully to install two
>
> different makes of
>
>>network and sound card. The other measures you have
>
> taken to rectify the
>
>>problem are: - reflashed the BIOS with the latest
>
> update, and tried
>
>>replacing Windows XP with its forerunner, Windows 2000.
>
> Because the same
>
>>error occurs with both versions of Windows, you suspect
>
> that the problem
>
>>has to be hardware-related.
>>
>>A possible solution
>>
>>The usual cause of this problem in Windows 2000/XP
>
> systems is Registry
>
>>keys that are set as read-only.
>>
>>From the Start menu, click Run and enter RegEdit to run
>
> the Registry
>
>>Editor. Open the following - Keys => HKey_Local_machine
>
> => System =>
>
>>CurrentControlSet => Enum => PCI.
>>
>>You will see several keys in this form - Ven_xxxx -
>
> where xxxx
>
>>represents a string such as -
>
> 1102&Dev_004&Subsys_00011103&Rev_04.
>
>>In each of these folders there is another folder that
>
> has a long
>
>>numerical name. Open each of these folders, and look for
>
> the DeviceDesc
>
>>entry that matches the type of hardware that you are
>
> trying
>
>>unsuccessfully to install. Use the right mouse button to
>
> click on the
>
>>Ven_xxxx entry for that device, and click Permissions.
>
> If it is set to
>
>>read-only, then that is the cause of the problem. To
>
> rectify it, change
>
>>it to Allow Full Control.
>>
>>http://www.pcbuyerbeware.co.uk/Tips.htm#probleminst
>>
>>Could try that. I will look for some more info when I
>
> get a chance ;) 
>
>>Nathan McNulty
>>
>>anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Using XP Home edition.
>>>Updated all BIOS etc. Installed all SP updates ect.
>>>Intel list problem and advise that Microsoft installed
>>>patch to SP 1 to overcome the problem. Nothing seems
>
> to
>
>>>work. Any more suggestions?
>>>
>>>John KIELY
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>>You said you tried three different cards and you
>>>
>>>installed the software
>>>
>>>
>>>>for all of them? Also, what build of Windows are you
>>>
>>>using (Service
>>>
>>>
>>>>Pack 2)? Have you checked with your motherboard
>>>
>>>manufacturer to see if
>>>
>>>
>>>>there are any BIOS updates or if this is a common
>>>
>>>problem? Seems odd
>>>
>>>
>>>>that three different brands would not work.
>>>>
>>>>Nathan McNulty
>>>>
>>>>John KIELY wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>I have fitted an PCI to Firewire IEEE 1394 host
>>>
>>>adaptor
>>>
>>>
>>>>>card to system. When started message appears "New
>>>>>hardware found" however driver will not load. Device
>>>>>manager indicates error "Device not configured
>>>
>>>correctly
>>>
>>>
>>>>>Code 1" Have read K.B. Article 125174 which
>
> indicates
>
>>>>>problem is with loading driver, however have followed
>>>>>instructions but will not load. Have tried three
>>>>>different brands of card yet all experience the same
>>>>>problem. Manufactures advise that it is problem with
>>>>>system loading driver. Has anyone experienced the
>>>
>>>same
>>>
>>>
>>>>>problem which I understand is fairly common.
>>>>
>>>>.
>>>>
>>
>>.
>>
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