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Re: filmscanners: Firewire IEEE1394



At 13:03 30-10-01 +0000, you wrote:
>Svante,
>
>Thats the problem..... it isnt!


To be supported out of the box in Win2K your firewire card must be listed as:
"Texas Instruments (refers specifically to the chipset not the OEM) OHCI 
Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller." That applies to the majority of 
recent cards. Some cards made by Pinnacle and others are specifically 
designed for video capture and don't work well for other applications. For 
best performance get an Adaptec IEEE 1394 card. It's plug-and-play and will 
be instantly and silently recognized.

 > Since IEEE 1394 is provided by Windows 2000 out-of-the-box,
 > I expect that the same is valid for XP.
 >
 > Svante Kleist, NEMESIS systemDesign, Stockholm


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