Is there a other way to change the settings or what can I check? This will help solve any interrupt request conflicts. Again leave it for a few minutes before starting work on it. Here’s how to do it. I have tried Microsoft’s solution without much luck: Yes, it could be software but nothing was told about any changes from stock. Have you tried various deck configurations?

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Cable I have change and also the Input on the card.

I would suggest to test all three pieces of equipment on each other, so your cam with his cable and pc, your cam and cable on his pc, his cam your cable and his pc, etc until you have been through every option. Discussions cover Windows installation, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, service packs, and other Windows Vista-related questions.

Generally it is accepted that you should use mains power to your camcorder in order to capture. Expand your IEEE devices. See manual I won’t guess this one.

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I have selct the BR-DV an that has also work in the past. All drivers are at factory installed. If you are using a firewire connection which is part of other hardware, such as Creative’s Soundblaster Audigy sound cards, then it is worth ensuring you have the latest drivers for your model of card installed. Track this discussion and ojci me when there are updates.

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Windows Vista does not detect miniDV Camcorder through IEEE.

You were wrong Bob, it was a software problem. Take hold of the card, carefully but firmly and pull it out as best you can in an all in one motion straight up, try not to lever it out by rocking from side to side.

This will help solve any interrupt request conflicts. This resulted in perfect capture.

Back to Windows Vista forum 9 total posts. I just wish all problems were that easy to solve: Another person, on investigating his registry, found that he had three keys for the same OHCI controller.

Fri, Feb 19 2: If you check again in device manager the yellow exclamation mark should now be ohcl.

So, please put the case cover back on, we don’t want you getting an electric shock before solving your problem. Hopefully this will sort the problem and we can get on with editing. After carefully making a back up of the registry all three items were removed.

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It is important to use firewire as USB cannot control the camera fully and the information flow is often not capable of transferring full sized dv-avi files.


In the new pop-up window select: Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. By using battery power I have found that I do not have this problem, but I do have to ensure that the battery is fully charged and I have to monitor capture ohcci to ensure that the battery isn’t discharging too much.

I checked the power lead – it was split and one of the copper cables was broken!!

jjvc Some computers with front firewire ports do not have them connected, so if you are using the front firewire ivc, try one at the rear. Nice detail but means so little. Until more clues are found, there is something wrong with this PC.

That’s why you are here isn’t it. But it not works. These were removed as they were only supposed to be for VIVO capability and as his card didn’t have this, he removed them. The express firewire card is detected and the latest drivers are installed for it. Windows was rebooted and allowed to install a new single registry key and all was back to working.