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Card Conceptronic FireWire PCI 3 Ports 1394 Chipset Via Vt6306 – Ref 1052
Friday, August 20, 3: Well, that is about it. Is there other information worth sharing?
I checked off and on over the years whether the firewire host controller cnoceptronic or not and as I recall it still loaded intermittently – sometimes it did, sometimes it didn’t. I have a new computer running Windows 7.
No “IEEE Bus host controllers” node in device manager
Monday, October 9, 8: Pages on the web offering advice on this kind of problems start their solutions with going to the device manager and expanding the “IEEE Bus host controllers” node in the device tree. I got the feeling that the next step is the “IEEE Bus xard controllers” node to appear in the device manager.
Windows update reports that Windows is up to date. That’s the way it is for me with an older Acom external hard drive Only I don’t have such a node. This is one of many threads I came across googling roughly ‘IEEE device not showing up in device manager’. I guess it’s a plus to at least see that’s showing up Depending on what driver you’re using conceptrinic the bus host controller, you might see an extra entry popup in device manager if you’re using the ‘legacy’ driver.
After a lot of reading I never found a real solution – until I started piecing some things together. The motherboard is an MSI G Edited by enriquequasar Tuesday, February 18, 2: I’m trying to connect a mixing board, but the firewire port is not.
I guess it might depend on the device though. In any event, I edited an entry in the registry that tells the bus host controller to start at OS startup instead of ‘on demand’. At least it works for me.
Not an IT pro? I have also run the ‘search for new drivers’ utility that comes car the motherboard. Thought I should share it, hopefully save someone else the agony of searching and reading for hours. Friday, August 20, Since the website is not hosted by Microsoft, the link may change without notice.
I assume this means that the BIOS has detected the card and recognized it as a firewire card. Conceptronic support let me know that if the card is a version conceptrlnic card, it should work with Windows 7. Please remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post concepyronic helps you, and to click “Unmark as Answer” if a marked post does not actually answer your question.
It’s been so long and I never used firewire much if at all, no longer do at all.
Friday, August 20, 8: I changed this to 2, which means ‘start at startup’.