CONCEPTRONIC FIREWIRE CARD DRIVER DOWNLOAD
Anyway, hope you find a real answer. Friday, August 20, 3: You might have to do a little digging here to make sure you’ve got the right service. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. To modify value, right click on start, select modify, and type in 2. I just purchased a new custom built computer and I have no firewire device in my device manager to play with.
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Conceptronic SnapPort FireWire PC Card specifications
I guess it might depend on the device though. I just purchased a new custom built computer and I have no firewire device in my device manager to play with. The card does not come conveptronic any drivers. Thought I should share it, hopefully save someone else the agony of searching and reading for hours.
I checked off and on over the years whether the firewire host controller loaded or not and as I recall it still loaded intermittently – sometimes it did, sometimes it didn’t.
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Basically, what I think is or can be happening — and I’m no expert at all — is conceptdonic there’s miscommunication between the OS, the bus, and the device. When I click on the ohci folder it brings up a list of settings. Conceptronic support let me know that if the card is a version 2 card, cars should work with Windows 7. I have a new computer running Windows 7. Perhaps the device is supposed to send a message that starts the service – who knows.
Friday, August 20, I have also run the ‘search for new drivers’ utility that comes with the motherboard. Unfortunately I can’t say it kept working on my machine either. Otherwise nothing else pops up when you plug in cknceptronic device. On my computer it’s ohci.
Tuesday, February 18, 2: Please remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helps you, and to click “Unmark as Answer” if a marked post does not actually answer your question. I guess it’s a plus to at least see that’s showing up At least it works for me. Followed all your steps, rebooted and NADA By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. I think this means the card is supposed to function with standard windows drivers.
Monday, October 9, 7: Good luck, report back if you get it fixed Tuesday, August 24, 8: In any event, I edited an entry in the registry catd tells the bus host controller to start at OS startup instead of ‘on demand’. Anyway, hope you find a real answer.
It is functioning well, apart from the firewire card not being recognized. I have updated the BIOS to the latest version.
You might have to do a little digging here to make sure you’ve got the right service. Since the website conceeptronic not hosted by Microsoft, the link may change without notice.
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Conceptronid, the link you gave, which conceptronlc believe must have helped the original poster, is no longer active Well, that is about it. Edited by enriquequasar Tuesday, February 18, 2: I would like to recommend you download the driver from the official website firstly http: To modify value, right click on start, select modify, and type in 2. This is one of many threads I came across googling roughly ‘IEEE device not showing up in device manager’.