Sorry. This was confusing, 1394b was still faster, but not by as large of an amount like the other tests. Try a reboot, and after the machine comes back to life, check again the disk in device manager to make sure stayed as "optimize for performance".... Then finally, how can I incorporate that fix above to work on SP3? Source
I met this problem this week when I was trying to capture/download some footage from my camcorder. It turned in a respectable 48.6MB/sec and managed 55.5MB/sec in its outer zones." [http://www.bit-tech.net/custompc/labs/50179/western-digital-wd1600jb.html]. Stay logged in Sign up now! It seems like you've figured out the software bit though.
Just add those registry keys? Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Watching this topic with interest Nov 22, 2008 11:26 AM Reply Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by utopas, utopas Nov 29, 2008 5:20 AM in response to BoxOfSnoo
A daunting thing about selecting the Legacy version of the driver in Windows 7 is that - according to the article - "certain updates can cause Windows 7 to switch back Or does SP3 not even need the fix? That drive probably has 80GB platters (depends on the exact model and manuf. date), in which case 41MB/s is about the best you can hope for out of the physical drive.
The usual symptom was FireWire 800 being slower than FireWire 400. Firewire Driver Windows Xp Apparently it is very difficult (but not totally impossible) to downgrade from 2.70 to 2.47 and involves purposely "crashing" a firmware install to get the FF800 to reset itself to its' User Name Remember Me? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/271916-45-texas-instrument-ieee-1394-controller But having spent all that money on a new computer I may well - as I said - replace Windows 7 with XP on the new computer enabling me to use
I uninstalled the card/drivers from the Device Manager (both the 1394 and LAN portions of it, LAN was "Disabled"), I uninstalled the Unibrain drivers, then did the restore. So, congrats, problem solved! Restarted and googled for the old, sp1 versions of the 1394 drivers, and downloaded them.4. So this points to the controller card "having something wrong" with it.
I did?? http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f19/xp-firewire-card-needs-driver-s-638599.html Now I need to find out how to use RAID 1 on this enclosure. Ieee 1394 Driver Download Xp What is the native connectors to the hard-drive? They are doing this because they dont want FireWire cutting back into USB's market-space.
All that should be in the first link in post #19. (ICH5 WD740ADFD). #25 computer, Feb 2, 2010 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored http://3dpanoramax.com/windows-xp/floppy-drivers-for-windows-xp.php As an example of how things move on, I just put a Norton Rescue CD into my computer to try to kickstart my Win Zip drive card reader after it stopped I also did the right click and drag 'n copy tests on the drive itself, so the target HD would be doing both the reading and writing at the same time I'm havin a similar problem with my Sony DCR-TRV355E camcorder, where my Firewire is being recognized by the PC but my Camcorder isnt being recognized by my Firewiere.Thank you so much
I've also replaced some XP SP3 files with SP2 files to get back certain features that the M$ morons removed from SP3. I'm gonna try this for sure n I hope I'll be successful! I would also "guess" the Native 1394a FW400 is on the PCI bus, but it's not being used, nothing was connected to it when I was using the 1394b PCI card. have a peek here I have not used the FF800 for a while, but updated the drivers today:Driver date: 30.01.09 : Version 2.95 : H/W Revision: 2.47.I only ever use the firewire 400 connection to
The device appears in the device manager in Windows and automatically is selected as the default audio device. The enclosure is only for IDE HD's, (I wanted to find a use for all of my IDE HD's), so the massive areal density SATA drives could not be used........unless an You mentioned having an image-based backup solution.
Next, I can no longer search any folders!! You MUST enable "optimize for speed" and "enable write cache".... #9 alexruiz, Jan 29, 2010 computer Platinum Member Joined: Nov 5, 2000 Messages: 2,735 Likes Received: 0 RebateMonger said: ↑ Yeah it stayed checked. by lordniacin / January 3, 2011 8:48 AM PST I read many forums on people's 1394 firewire cards not installing and camcorders not connecting after upgrading to sp2 or sp3.
I was suggesting Win7 as a way to diagnose a software problem vs. If you do a slipstreamed and clean install of XP SP3 everything work just fine without any firewire tweaks (exept to disable the firewire network think). Should I install firmware 2.94? Check This Out I find just sending straight from the online email page easiest That's what I shall be doing.
I have just upgraded my computer and installed Windows 7 - which I gather might be the problem in that it uses a different driver. Am actually typing this on yesterday's faulty pc. Went to replace the crappy sp3 versions with the older sp1 versions, but they kept popping back. Dragging and copying that folder from the HD103SJ to FW on 1394a took 52 secs (26MB/sec). 1394b took 36 secs (37.5MB/sec). (Both avg over 3 tries, all within 1 sec of
Any new device you might add post this hotfix, you should set the correct SidSpeed in the Registry for it, following the instructions in the 885222 article.If you have applyed the But the question there is; is it its drivers causing it, or the hardware? Double-checked that the sp1 drivers were correctly put in place of the sp3 drivers. Click on the link above to access the aforementioned hotfix. Follow the instructions to download and install the hotfix Event though the hotfix explanation indicates that the hotfix is only applicable to 1394b
asking for driver. 1 answer Last reply Mar 8, 2012 More about texas instrument ieee 1394 controller ksiembMar 8, 2012, 3:07 PM tatag said: my windows service pack 3 can not I don't know if it was due to not installing the card-supplied drivers and using the Unibrain drivers, or installing the Unibrain drivers first before installing the card, or using a And which hard-drive are you using?Click to expand... I really hope they sort this out soon.
That WD1600JB of course gets faster benchmarks when it's not in the enclosure. (X=100MB theoretical, 50-60% less than that actual). Here are the damages: First, the freakin' 1394b is now EVEN SLOWER! So since some of the cards are indeed 32-bit, and claim FW800, it would seem a 64-bit slot isn't really required.* So this all points to actual FW800 speeds being possible I gather by "vm" you mean "virtual machine".....is there a way to do that on XP? -Clint #15 computer, Jan 29, 2010 alyarb Platinum Member Joined: Jan 25, 2009 Messages:
But unfortunately I'm not using Win7 nor do I plan to. While not powerful enough for Studio 15 (it would seem) my old computer is fine for some things and so I suppose I will leave XP on that - with all Even the "juddery-ness" that caused me to buy a new computer in the first place had gone. Discussions cover types of camcorders (ranging from Mini-DV, DVD, to hard drive models), HD camcorders, lenses, zoom, image stabilization, video transferring, and other camcorder-related questions and topics.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General
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