http://groups.google.com/groups?q=xp+que!+firewire+card&hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&selm=uyANb.6504%24zP6.1061%40okepread02&rnum=1It seems their story mimics yours.Thought?BIOS, motherboard drivers and SP1 plus I would boot to SAFE MODE after unplugging the Que! Thank you. > > > Related Resources XP Home/external firewire/Ghost 2003 Firewire (1394) controller driver in XP XP SP2 & Epson R800 printer - Driver & Firewire install er.. If you get the problem again after plugging in one device, youknow> > it is that device that is causing the problem. I tried unplugging > > it> > manually, installing it in another card slot with no luck. Source
You should install the drivers from > >this CD before installing the firewire PCI adapter. Niether the soundcard normotherboard came with Firewire drivers of their own.Why this fellow ishaving an issue on his system is a bit baffling though. I did, however, finally get the Que! I have checked all around the net, newsgroups, and > Google. https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/9025/1394B-IEEE-1394B-Driver-1394B-XP1394B-XP2K-321-4-0-1-EXE-
I haven't tried the alternative Legacy route yet, but I will. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 28, 2004 3:25 AM PDT In reply to: Re:Firewire Drivers for XP The drivers from that Asus CD are almost always out of date. Is unknown hardware seen in device manager?Oops...
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Thank you. Both are installed in Device Manager, but neither will recognize the camcorder.The Que! Plug in> one> > > of those devices and reboot, rinse and repeat until you get the problem> > > back. have a peek here by R.
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