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ORiNOCO ieee adapter?

Q: ORiNOCO ieee adapter?

Is there some kind of adapter I could install into my desktop to install a Proxim ORiNOCO IEEE 802.11b/g PC Card? Model: 8470-WD

I've looked online a bit already, and found nothing, so I'm beginning to think I've wasted money getting this card, when I do not currently have a laptop to run it, and know of no way to install it into a desktop.

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A: ORiNOCO ieee adapter?

Something like a pcmcia adapter? I'd get a wireless adapter that can do b/g/n or g/n instead. That way, if you upgrade your router to a faster model, you would still be able to use the adapter. If you're going w/ the pcmcia adapter, check the vendor's site to see if they have driver for your OS. The one I linked doesn't say support for Win7, if that's what you use.

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/orinoco-ieee-adapter.192320/
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A:IEEE 1394a Adapter

Its firewire, and its only for firewire devices like some external drives as an example.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/ieee-1394a-adapter.87436/
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I'll buy a new Dell computer soon. I've external Imoga as a ubs , sound card and and my modem. Do I still buy Optional Ports
Dell's IEEE 1394 Adapter provides enhanced connectivity for many video cameras, external HDDs, MP3 players and I'll remove the modem since I've the DSL now. Can anybody help me?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/dells-ieee-1394-adapter-problem.419007/
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Hi everyone,

I recently had an issue with a Sony VAIO PCG-7U1N (VGN-FJ12B / W) running an XP (SP3) system that had some ancient drivers on board for the wireless LAN card LAN-Express AS IEEE 802.11g miniPCI Adapter. After a number of hours trawling Google and several failed driver downloads, I managed to locate some information which in turn allowed me to successfully locate and update the driver. This allowed me to access WPA2 - PSK protocol and the AES encryption I was after in the first place.

I figure I might post this out there so in the future people trying to locate the driver can do so easily.. Hopefully they find this post.

The card happily accepts the drivers for the Atheros AR2425 chipset.

So find the 802ABG_Atheros_v5_1_1_9 file and install it. Good Luck

x
 

A:LAN-Express AS IEEE 802.11g miniPCI adapter driver

Additional Step for some...

Thanks mylonite for your post it helped me out tremendously in pointing me towards resovling this problem for my Sony Vaio K-27 laptop.

The only thing I would add to others reading this post is that if the previous suggestions do not fix your problem of not being able to connect to a WPA2 secured network then to also try another Atheros driver 802 abg Atheos Ver 5.3.0.45

This driver ended up being the one to work for me and my computer. You can find at this link:members.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=1217062&si=9794938d095b5ec38e453f2901dc8dd3[/url]

Hope this helps!
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/lan-express-as-ieee-802-11g-minipci-adapter-driver.154873/
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Hi all,
I was using a 1394 adapter on one of the PCIe slot, and it was perfectly fine.
Recently, I upgraded A11 Bios (although I'm not sure if this cause the problem), the computer doesn't recognize the adapter any more. The IEEE 1394 bus controller is missing from device manager. 
I ordered a new card, tried both PCIe slots, still no luck. But I did get lucky one time got the computer found the 1394 for one time but then it disappeared.
I'm suspecting the power to PCIe slots. Any thoughts are highly appreciated! Thanks all for your time reading this.
Best regards,
Judson

A:XPS 8700 doesn't recognize IEEE 1394 Adapter

Hi Judsonzhao
Thanks for writing to us.
Have you tried updating the chipset drivers? if not yet ,please do so from our support.euro.dell.com and let us know how it goes.
Do provide us your system tag#, email address and name via private message,by clicking on my name
in blue and then select send a private message
Regards

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19991750
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A:Solved: Orinoco USB and Ubuntu

Google "ndiswrapper." If you have the drivers for XP, then ndiswrapper should allow you to use them with any Linux distro.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-orinoco-usb-and-ubuntu.950561/
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Thanks
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On my gateway laptop, my internet connection will work for about 5 or 10 mins. Then out of the blue, my computer will lock up for about a min and my Orinoco mini PCI card goes dead. When I mouse over the icon, I get "wireless network card not operational".

Usually after about 2 mins, my laptop functions again, but without and internet connection. I can still see all the wireless networks available.

Any ideas? Thanks!
D
 

A:On board Orinoco mini PCI card

First, see if there is a firmware upgrade for the network card... or gateway drivers changes.

The Orinoco chipset is used in a great number of laptops. Many came with the older drivers or firmware. You can usually download drivers from the Orinoco site if not from the Gateway site. You Uncompress them to a folder on your leaptop, then Go to into the control panel, Select System, Under the hardware tab click the device manager button, Right-click on the ORiNOCO mini PCI Card under the network adapters, select Update Drivers from the context menu. Next, select Install from list or specific location. Now select Don't Search. I will select the driver to install. Click Have Disk. Navigate to the folder where you uncompressed your drivers, then select WLAGSALL.INF
Click Open and ignore warnings.
When the drivers are completed, reboot.

If this doesn't work, you may have a failed unit.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/on-board-orinoco-mini-pci-card.76253/
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A:Install a Enterasys Orinoco RoamAbout 802.11 a/b/g...?

nobody?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/install-a-enterasys-orinoco-roamabout-802-11-a-b-g.522973/
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A:Driver needed: Orinoco USB Client Silver

Hi, if you go to the following page and scroll down it will give you a list of free driver downloads ( all firmware ), the one you want is included.

www.opendrivers.com

Download Proxim ORiNOCO Classic 11b Gold/Silver Wireless Firmware 8.72 to ... Proxim 8420-WD (Gold) and 8421-WD (Silver) 11b Client PC Card Driver 3.04 ...
www.opendrivers.com/.../ proxim-orinoco-classic-11b-gold-silver-wireless-firmware-8.72-free-download.html - 25k
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/driver-needed-orinoco-usb-client-silver.102839/
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Thanks!
 

A:Need help setting up Dell Wireless lab with Orinoco AP-700 access point.

Did the device come with any documentation whatsoever. If not, I would get that salesman back in there.


ru12by said:

We recently purchased Dell latitude 100L laptops and Proxim Orinoco AP-700 access point. Of course the salesman said it would be easy to hook up. That we would just plug the access point into the network drop in the lab. I knew it would not be that easy but I really thought it would come with some type of instructions. Can anyone give me an idea of where to start?
Thanks!Click to expand...
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/need-help-setting-up-dell-wireless-lab-with-orinoco-ap-700-access-point.439319/
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A:IEEE 802.1x

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ieee-802-1x.401417/
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(a) Ethernet standards were originally developed by Xerox with several other companies. IEEE later developed the 802.3 standard with a few changes.

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A:Ethernet and IEEE 802.3

I suggest doing your own homework.

Closed.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ethernet-and-ieee-802-3.816030/
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A:Ethernet and IEEE 802.3

I agree with JohnWill--do your own homework.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ethernet-and-ieee-802-3.816247/
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A:The 802.11s IEEE standard....

Until it affects me, I've been taking a wait-n-see attitude.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/the-802-11s-ieee-standard.537091/
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A:WHQL vs IEEE?

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http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/355346-whql-vs-ieee.html
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A:Ieee 1394

this is a firewire connection - often used to connect to video cameras and external devices like Harddrives etc
http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/I/IEEE_1394.html

what sort of gaming - are you thinking of via the internet or just playing games on PC
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ieee-1394.467849/
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A:IEEE 1394 Help!

Is the IEEE port something I need to buy or does it come with other stuff. I think all I need is the DV cable but want to make sure that when I go to buy it it is all I will need to make this work.

Thanks!
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ieee-1394-help.185194/
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A:What is a IEEE 1394 Port?

It's just another name for firewire or sometimes iLink for a Sony device. If you're on a fairly current desktop you probably already have this port. If not then it's a cheap PCI card that you can buy and easily install (if you have open PCI slots) to give you this capability.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/what-is-a-ieee-1394-port.115334/
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I would appreciate any help clearing this up and figuring out what this is.

Thanks
 

A:IEEE 1394 question

The first thing I'd do is to make sure you've loaded the motherboard drivers. If it persists, try uninstalling all of the stuff under IEE 1394 controllers and rebooting.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ieee-1394-question.430136/
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Device Status - This Device is disabled (Code-22)

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http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/ieee-disabled-in-vista-os-219551.html
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/6-pin-ieee-1394-problems.397008/
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A:IEEE 1394 Controller

  
Quote: Originally Posted by cdog


I have some problem with my firewire driver.

It is not recognized (see the picture in the attachment).
I tried to add the 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller (Legacy), but with no success.

Does this mean that my firewire hardware is not compatible with Win 7?


Hello cdog

It most likely means that the drivers are missing.

Please fill out your system specs so that we can help you better

http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/163149-ieee-1394-controller.html
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A:IEEE 1394 Problem

Cause unknown at this time, but access BIOS and disable 1394 support and that should stop Windows from trying to install the hardware.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ieee-1394-problem.863747/
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A:any known issues with IEEE-->USB cable and HP?

Firewire and USB are ot interchangeable. You may be thinking of the USB B- type of connector which is really tiny. Firewire and USB will not work together as the signal pinouts are different.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/any-known-issues-with-ieee-usb-cable-and-hp.139196/
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A:USB 2.0 v IEEE 1394 Firewire

I'll say stick with the Firewire 1394 for now , since you have more robust drivers for it and most of the DV devices do work better on it...
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/usb-2-0-v-ieee-1394-firewire.75756/
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A:IEEE 1394 problem

Hello joeteds,
you may find the drivers your looking for at the site below, it's a 3rd party site so i dont know if they will suffice.

Download Drivers - Bios - ASUS - P4P800 SE - driver8146.zip


Do you know the make and model number of the network card ?.

The only problem i can see is that Asus dont offer any drivers for your motherboard under Vista, i think you should get in touch with Asus and clarify this before you waste a load of time on this.

The link below will take you to the Asus forum for your motherboard, i would check there in the post's to see if there are any fix's for your issue.

Good luck.

ASUSTeK Computer Inc.-Forum-

http://www.vistax64.com/drivers/233990-ieee-1394-problem.html
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i have a firewire expresscard.

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anyway now it doesn't work! nothing happens!

i have xp and vista on this laptop, it works just fine in vista! when i plug it in, 'ieee 1394 bus host controller' pops up in device manager.

any ideas? i've been trying to download a via driver but that just seems to be impossible, microsoft just tells me it's built in. adding hardware does nothing, it won't recognize anything new. there aren't any unknown devices in device manager.

any thought on how i can get this stupid thing to work?!

thank you!
 

A:ieee 1394 not recognized

Click "Report" and then request to have your thread moved to the HARDWARE forum. You'll likely get more help there. I've never used a dual boot operating system setup nor any firewire devices, so I can't assist you. Good luck.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ieee-1394-not-recognized.966155/
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Click 'Check for solutions' to send data about this device to Microsoft and to see if there is a solution available."

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I thought I installed the right thing, then it says that the device wont start.

Do I have the wrong drivers?

I have been searching forums all day and cant find a way to solve the problem.

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A:Help with ieee 1394a card ?

Well who makes the card.... we need more info.

http://www.vistax64.com/drivers/284122-help-ieee-1394a-card.html
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A:Firewire (IEEE 1394)

To my understanding, If your PC has a firewire port then it is supported no matter the OS version.
Someone please correct me If I am wrong.

http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/182248-firewire-ieee-1394-a.html
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hi silentwulf could you tell us the manf of your mobo so we will be able to assist you further, you can redownload the motherboard drivers and try that , until we have a little more information , it will be all guess work

http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/75820-ieee-1394-issues.html
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/usb-ieee-1284-problem.819787/
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Uninstall the drivers for the wireless adapter and load the latest version from the manufacturer's site. After that, let's see this for that comptuer.

Hold the Windows key and press R, then type CMD to open a command prompt:

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/lan-express-ieee-802-11-pci-adaptor.730547/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ieee-1394-controller-driver.745233/
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Never mind. I feel like such a n00b. I had the 1394 port disabled in the BIOS. Duh.

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A:FireWire (IEEE 1394) Not recognized...

  
Quote: Originally Posted by tonibgd


I have a Sony handycam and every time i connect it to the computer with IEEE 1394 i get "USB Device Not Recognized". It's worked before when i had Windows XP, now in the device manager there is nothing that looks like IEEE 1394.


Hello tonibdg,
I find no mention of IEEE 1394 Firewire in the specs of your Motherboard and when I look at the above mentioned Motherboard there is no Firewire connection to be seen.

Just how is this connection connected to your Motherboard?

The USB headers on a MB look the same as a Firewire header except they are different colours. It would not be good if this Firewire cable is connected to a USB header.

http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/172223-firewire-ieee-1394-not-recognized.html
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The onboard mouse and keyboard work, right?

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See How to Reinstall Your USB Controllers and Motherboard Chipset Drivers
 

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IEEE 1394 (Firewire) requires a very special E X P E N S I V E cable and running it
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wiggle any ribbon cables, wide flat hdd cables, if the drive flakes out. Get a new ribbon cable for it. For other cables replace them with a spare, or try just one hdd with a cable. If it flakes out, shut down, use another cable of the same type on the same hdd.

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A:Firewire IEEE 1394A card

Or does a Firewire IEEE 1394A card fit any PCClick to expand...

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to help any further

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/firewire-ieee-1394a-card.955468/
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A:IEEE 1394 Firewire Nec (problem IRQ)

  
Quote: Originally Posted by mangal


Hello
My Firewire controller work not correct On firewire use soundcard
In Windows Firewire IRQ 14
And Controller Hard drive IRQ 14
Then i lisen music and work Hard drive Sound is crash in milli seconds And sound play next
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My Windows 7 x64 bild Final
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A:IEEE 1394 firewire or firepath

One post per topic please.

Closing duplicate.
http://www.helponthe.net/tsgbb/Forum9/HTML/004406.html
 

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ieee-802-11-wireless-lan-security-with-microsoft-windows.479674/
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A:Windows Not Detecting Ieee 1394 Drive

The first thing I would do would be to open the case and pull the drive. Install it as a slave drive in your system. Now see if the drive is detected. If so, you have a bad enclosure. If not, your drive itself has probably failed.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-not-detecting-ieee-1394-drive.543632/
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A:Solved: IEEE 1394 driver missing - JVC DV Cam not seen by s/w

Those cams differ from normal mini-dv that use firewire, firewire is different than USB. Basically you have a external harddrive with a lens. I don't know the specifics but you should be able to go into My Computer and just copy and paste the video files from the cam to a folder. Within Studio 8 you should probably be able import them however you would import from any other harddrive on your computer. That's the gist of it but as I said I don't know the specifics. Whatever the case it's going to be something similar, look in the manual.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-ieee-1394-driver-missing-jvc-dv-cam-not-seen-by-s-w.496172/
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A:Firewire ports/cables - iEEE 1394

Yes, they are the same ports. I believe that there are 4 pin and 6 pin or something like that firewire "plugs." All you need to do is get a cable that goes from whatever is on your DVD/CDRW into the smaller/larger jack that's on your computer. Merry Christmas!
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/firewire-ports-cables-ieee-1394.190009/
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A:Setup does not support USB or IEEE 1394 Port

I do not believe Windows 7 can be installed to a USB hard drive.

http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/227405-setup-does-not-support-usb-ieee-1394-port.html
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A:need drivers (LAN-Express AS IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN Driver )

Hi Justin - What country did you buy this laptop? It maybe that Sony will not support XP on this laptop!

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A:Sorting out regular from IEEE-1284 cables

They usually have IEEE-1284 printed on them.

You could just hook them up to your printer and do a communications check. If it says it doesn’t have two way communications it is an old one way cable.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/sorting-out-regular-from-ieee-1284-cables.154772/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/generic-ieee-1284-4-printing-support-problem.432654/
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A:[SOLVED] Generic IEEE 1284.4 Printing Support

Figured it out...Client attempted to plug USB cable into PC prior to software fully installing.
Solution: Removed all printers (unknown or IEE), uninstalled HP software, rebooted with USB cable unplugged, reinstalled HP software, following instructions, plugged USB in when requested.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/solved-generic-ieee-1284-4-printing-support-175290.html
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A:IEEE 1394 Pin header problem Gigabyte Mobo

yes, just attach them to the right pins and you'll be fine.

but I honestly don't see the need to, your mobo comes with a pci slot port card with 2 firewire ports (and 2 usb ports), the connector is the purple "dummy proof" connector. do you really need more than 2 firewire ports??
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/ieee-1394-pin-header-problem-gigabyte-mobo.48997/
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Anytime I've ever messed with that authentication thing I just set it to "open" and then when I connect to a network, whether unsecured, WEP or WPA, the authentication automatically gets set to whatever it needs to be.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ieee-802-1x-authentication-slow-fast-wireless-internet.442739/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/computer-freezes-and-too-many-ieee-1394-bus-host-controllers.848741/
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A:Multiple IEEE 1394 showing up on Device Manager

Virus, Malware, you choose...

A fresh install of windows may solve the problem, but it could be your motherboard or a host of other problems, who knows for sure...

Running a Virus / Malware / Spyware scanner is the first step in solving most problems with a computer, if this fails, start the diagnostics by removing hardware and finding the bad hardware...

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/multiple-ieee-1394-showing-up-on-device-manager.889390/
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Well do you have the software disc. If not go to the website of printers model and download their drivers and software most all manufactors will have their software and drivers availiable for direct downloads. Once you download them and install them Windows XP will automatically pick it up as long as the drivers are on the HDD.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-generic-ieee-1284-4-software-problems.695061/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/via-ohci-ieee-1394-host-controller-driver.713218/
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A:IEEE 1394 Bus Host Controller must be disabled/enabled

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Compatibility Mode

http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/30092-via-7-port-ieee-1394-firewire-usb-2-0-pci-combo-card.html
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A:FireWire IEEE-1394 and video capture card (Are they one in the same?)

Firewire is for capturing digital footage. If you have a MiniDV or Digital 8 or camera then you'll need to get a Firewire card. You need some sort of capture program to do the capturing. Most of the time you get a program with the firewire card.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/firewire-ieee-1394-and-video-capture-card-are-they-one-in-the-same.71663/