And nothing happens in Device Manager. Seems to me a class action lawsuit would be in order if so.Anyway, I am now stuck with lots of HD footage on tape and no way to get it into Read much about that, but is there a way to know if it's damaged? I suspect this is not about VIA per se, but that it's a universal host controller interface (UHCI), which will never work with DV camcorders. his comment is here
Some work better than others (I don't recall which). If you want the video to play automatically, you may choose SWF-SWF Forma(*.flv) as output. Why are you plugging in the cable after the camcorder has started? NOTE: The i.LINK function of the camcorder cannot be used simultaneously with the HandycamÂ® Station that is supplied with select camcorders.
Anyway, have discovered this evening that my laptop has started suddenly shutting ... Quote 13th Jul 201419:34 #7 zerowalker View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateMay 2011 Yes i have, and sadly it's not recognized. The IEEE1394 legacy driver is for your FireWire card not the camera. Did you get an installation CD with your camcorder?
Their computer did not recognize the camcorder either. DCR-TRV285E in the year 2005. Would a 1394 card with the Texas Instrument chipset be better? Canon Camera Not Recognized By Windows 10 try ebay to pick up a used working minidv cam. -- "a lot of people are better dead" - prisoner KSC2-303 Quote 13th Jul 201421:53 #12 zerowalker View Profile View
Cheers, David. My new camcorder is a Panasonic PV-GS300. I am having a problem getting my PC to recognize my new camcorder. This time, the PC would not recognize it.
Top June 22, 2013 - 20:44 #7 Gavin Gration Offline Joined: Jul 29 1999 Re: I can not get Computer to recognize my camcorder via ... 1394 Ohci Compliant Host Controller (legacy) Windows 10 Anyone found a way round this? 05-09-2008,01:35 AM #5 TheTwelveQuidKid View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Member Video Editing Junkie Join Date Jun 2007 Posts If not, you do not have a Firewire card installed or the drivers have not been installed. Seemed so simple I didn't think it would be the solution.
The PC will recognize the new camcorder if connected using USB, but I can only transfer still photos using USB. johnpr98 If you have any Forum Suggestions please post them here http://www.dvforums.com/forums/forum-suggestions Top June 23, 2013 - 13:00 #16 Maxwell Offline Joined: Jan 13 2007 Re: I can not get Windows 7 Firewire Driver But the quality of the picture was never satisfactory. Windows 10 Firewire Driver Firewire, like USB, is supposed to be hot-swappable but personally I've never taken chances, and I always took the safe approach:Shut down everything, and disconnect power,Connect 6-pin firewire cable to the
A camcorder that has been sitting on the shelf for years unused is prime candidate. http://comvurgent.com/windows-10/cd-won-39-t-autorun-windows-10.html Some PC cases had a socket but that doesn't mean the motherboard has the connector or that it's hooked up internally. I eventually had to boot up my old laptop since I never had any problems transferring video on my old laptop. Wait and see if it shows up. 1394 Ohci Compliant Host Controller (legacy) Windows 7 Driver Download
normally the camera should be on before opening any device that will then seek the camera. Comments or additional questions? Can you please give us the link where you downloaded files: 1394 bus.sys and ohci1394.sys from xp sp1? weblink Could be worth a try. ( Top June 22, 2013 - 19:19 #3 dn1000 Offline Joined: Jun 22 2013 Re: I can not get Computer to recognize my
I have a self-built PC: OS: Windows XP Pro, SP2 Processor: Pentium 4, 2.4 GHz Motherboard: AOpen AX4SPE-UN RAM: 512 MB Graphics: Radeon 9200 Firewire: NEC OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Windv You have'nt mentioned a user manual, why not do a search for ,say, http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/canon/camcorders/elura_60.html and read the pages about connecting to a computer. I don't know the camera and I'm a Mac person but....
From my search of the web, I came to the conclusion that the Elura 60 may not be a recent model, and perhaps it is'nt compatible with WINDOWS 7. Answer: The firewire port on the camcorder could be shot. Follow us on twitter and Facebook You can view and post to VideoForums on the move using our android app or iPhone app. Dv To Usb WTF!!!!
I will try and detail what I have done so far to resolve the issue on my own. From the early days of DV, they seemed to be a better choice than VIA. Restarted and googled for the old, sp1 versions of the 1394 drivers, and downloaded them.4. http://comvurgent.com/windows-10/how-to-run-old-games-on-windows-10.html Hopefully, this isn't the reason....
Rebooted into Safe Mode to double-check it was entirely uninstalled.2. Copyright © 2014 Marc PetersHome Podcast Courses Live Premium Products Ask Us Tips Home » Tips & Tools Camcorder Connection Issues Solved: Windows No Comment Question: I am With all possibilities and combinations above it is initially hard to judge which parts of the chain are causing the problem; diligence and patience is key. Quote 14th Jul 201405:36 #14 The_Doman View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateFeb 2004 LocationNetherlands Originally Posted by aedipuss since the first computer firewire port and the
Lastly, start up the computer, and make sure it works. 5. If so it's being seen by the computer. select pick from a list, then select 1394 ohci compliant host (legacy) This solved my problem. Thank you in anticipation. 1 answer Last reply Apr 13, 2004 More about firewire port recognize sony camcorder AnonymousApr 13, 2004, 8:58 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)B Silva wrote:>
Now Windows could not screw with me by replacing the files!6. I'd buy a new FW card and a new cable and an inexpensive FW card reader or other device. Hi,When I connect my cmcorder JVC GR DVL 725 U with forewire cable connected to PCMCIA card with fire wire port, my computer with XP SP 3 doesnt recognoze the camcorder.Computer Step 3.
Stay on topic. OS? It happens.