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IEEE 1394 Issues on 41875 Dragon 2 V 1.0 Black Label

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November 5, 2004 8:15:58 PM

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Need Help!!!

I can not get the onboard 1394 port or anything connected to the 1394
motherboard headers to recognize a Sony DV camcorder when I plug it
in. I was thinging that the onboard chip may be bad even though the
controller within Device Manager shows it to be working fine. I even
installed a stand alone card and still can't get the camcorder to
recognize on the card either. Here are a few more things I have
tried. Any help here would be greatly appreciated?

1. Tried disabling onboard IEEE to free up resources for add on card.
2. Deleted controller and allowed windows to re-install.
3. Updated drivers.
4. Re-installed drivers from disk that came with motherboard.
5. Cleared CMOS using jumper short as recommended by SOYO.
6. Tried DV camcorder on other computer to verify cable and equipment
was working ok.
7. Tried stand alone card in other computer and it worked fine with
standard windows xp professional drivers.
8. Installed service pack 1 for windows xp

Thanks for your help!!!
Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
November 6, 2004 9:54:04 AM

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tbrooks@chartercom.com (Todd Brooks) wrote in message news:<f8f7a1dd.0411051715.18b84f94@posting.google.com>...

Check in your network connections and see if its listing the 1394
connector as a network connection. If it is disable it there and then
try connecting your camcorder. I had that problem a long time ago and
that was the fix for me.

> Need Help!!!
>
> I can not get the onboard 1394 port or anything connected to the 1394
> motherboard headers to recognize a Sony DV camcorder when I plug it
> in. I was thinging that the onboard chip may be bad even though the
> controller within Device Manager shows it to be working fine. I even
> installed a stand alone card and still can't get the camcorder to
> recognize on the card either. Here are a few more things I have
> tried. Any help here would be greatly appreciated?
>
> 1. Tried disabling onboard IEEE to free up resources for add on card.
> 2. Deleted controller and allowed windows to re-install.
> 3. Updated drivers.
> 4. Re-installed drivers from disk that came with motherboard.
> 5. Cleared CMOS using jumper short as recommended by SOYO.
> 6. Tried DV camcorder on other computer to verify cable and equipment
> was working ok.
> 7. Tried stand alone card in other computer and it worked fine with
> standard windows xp professional drivers.
> 8. Installed service pack 1 for windows xp
>
> Thanks for your help!!!
Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
November 6, 2004 6:11:46 PM

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I have already tried that with no luck. I diabled them and
uninstalled them within the device manager window. The odd thing is
that the add-on firewire card I installed acts dead also which leads
me back to a BIOS setting or something in windows. Thanks for the
reply.

j.burghdoff@sbcglobal.net (Jim B.) wrote in message news:<a182f0ed.0411060654.54b983c@posting.google.com>...
> tbrooks@chartercom.com (Todd Brooks) wrote in message news:<f8f7a1dd.0411051715.18b84f94@posting.google.com>...
>
> Check in your network connections and see if its listing the 1394
> connector as a network connection. If it is disable it there and then
> try connecting your camcorder. I had that problem a long time ago and
> that was the fix for me.
>
> > Need Help!!!
> >
> > I can not get the onboard 1394 port or anything connected to the 1394
> > motherboard headers to recognize a Sony DV camcorder when I plug it
> > in. I was thinging that the onboard chip may be bad even though the
> > controller within Device Manager shows it to be working fine. I even
> > installed a stand alone card and still can't get the camcorder to
> > recognize on the card either. Here are a few more things I have
> > tried. Any help here would be greatly appreciated?
> >
> > 1. Tried disabling onboard IEEE to free up resources for add on card.
> > 2. Deleted controller and allowed windows to re-install.
> > 3. Updated drivers.
> > 4. Re-installed drivers from disk that came with motherboard.
> > 5. Cleared CMOS using jumper short as recommended by SOYO.
> > 6. Tried DV camcorder on other computer to verify cable and equipment
> > was working ok.
> > 7. Tried stand alone card in other computer and it worked fine with
> > standard windows xp professional drivers.
> > 8. Installed service pack 1 for windows xp
> >
> > Thanks for your help!!!
Related resources
November 8, 2004 8:08:20 AM

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j.burghdoff@sbcglobal.net (Jim B.) wrote in message news:<a182f0ed.0411060654.54b983c@posting.google.com>...
> tbrooks@chartercom.com (Todd Brooks) wrote in message news:<f8f7a1dd.0411051715.18b84f94@posting.google.com>...
>
> Check in your network connections and see if its listing the 1394
> connector as a network connection. If it is disable it there and then
> try connecting your camcorder. I had that problem a long time ago and
> that was the fix for me.
>
> > Need Help!!!
> >
> > I can not get the onboard 1394 port or anything connected to the 1394
> > motherboard headers to recognize a Sony DV camcorder when I plug it
> > in. I was thinging that the onboard chip may be bad even though the
> > controller within Device Manager shows it to be working fine. I even
> > installed a stand alone card and still can't get the camcorder to
> > recognize on the card either. Here are a few more things I have
> > tried. Any help here would be greatly appreciated?
> >

Try a fresh install and go with SP2.
Dave
> > 1. Tried disabling onboard IEEE to free up resources for add on card.
> > 2. Deleted controller and allowed windows to re-install.
> > 3. Updated drivers.
> > 4. Re-installed drivers from disk that came with motherboard.
> > 5. Cleared CMOS using jumper short as recommended by SOYO.
> > 6. Tried DV camcorder on other computer to verify cable and equipment
> > was working ok.
> > 7. Tried stand alone card in other computer and it worked fine with
> > standard windows xp professional drivers.
> > 8. Installed service pack 1 for windows xp
> >
> > Thanks for your help!!!
Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
November 9, 2004 11:36:57 AM

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tbrooks@chartercom.com (Todd Brooks) wrote in message news:<f8f7a1dd.0411061511.5345213f@posting.google.com>...

To use the PCI 1394 card you will have to turn off the onboard 1394
controller in the motherboard BIOS under onboard devices. You can't
have two running on the system at once.

But with the either onboard or PCI its going to show up in two places,
it will show up in the device manger and it will show up in network
connections. You want it enabled in the device manager and you want it
disabled in network connections.


> I have already tried that with no luck. I diabled them and
> uninstalled them within the device manager window. The odd thing is
> that the add-on firewire card I installed acts dead also which leads
> me back to a BIOS setting or something in windows. Thanks for the
> reply.
>
> j.burghdoff@sbcglobal.net (Jim B.) wrote in message news:<a182f0ed.0411060654.54b983c@posting.google.com>...
> > tbrooks@chartercom.com (Todd Brooks) wrote in message news:<f8f7a1dd.0411051715.18b84f94@posting.google.com>...
> >
> > Check in your network connections and see if its listing the 1394
> > connector as a network connection. If it is disable it there and then
> > try connecting your camcorder. I had that problem a long time ago and
> > that was the fix for me.
> >
> > > Need Help!!!
> > >
> > > I can not get the onboard 1394 port or anything connected to the 1394
> > > motherboard headers to recognize a Sony DV camcorder when I plug it
> > > in. I was thinging that the onboard chip may be bad even though the
> > > controller within Device Manager shows it to be working fine. I even
> > > installed a stand alone card and still can't get the camcorder to
> > > recognize on the card either. Here are a few more things I have
> > > tried. Any help here would be greatly appreciated?
> > >
> > > 1. Tried disabling onboard IEEE to free up resources for add on card.
> > > 2. Deleted controller and allowed windows to re-install.
> > > 3. Updated drivers.
> > > 4. Re-installed drivers from disk that came with motherboard.
> > > 5. Cleared CMOS using jumper short as recommended by SOYO.
> > > 6. Tried DV camcorder on other computer to verify cable and equipment
> > > was working ok.
> > > 7. Tried stand alone card in other computer and it worked fine with
> > > standard windows xp professional drivers.
> > > 8. Installed service pack 1 for windows xp
> > >
> > > Thanks for your help!!!
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