Re: 1394 Firewire dropped devices
I plugged Maxtor into USB and have had no problems since. I'll leave it on
USB rather than firewire.
"Colin Barnhorst" wrote:
> As an experiment, if the hard drive enclosure supports multiple types of
> interfaces, use a usb or eSATA connection on the hard drive to connect to
> the computer and then connect the camera to the firewire port. What
> "John Lenz" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Colin,
> > I downloaded the "Hot Fix" 930495 and when I treid tp apply it, it said
> > not needed but I still get the drop of the 1394 Disk drive when I plug in
> > my camera. Any other options you might know of?
> > "Colin Barnhorst" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > news:C8EF846A-CDF0-4183-883F-54F1F6EDC1D1@microsoft.com...
> >> You don't say what software, but you need to check with the manufacturer
> >> of the software for Vista software and drivers. If you are using Vista
> >> software then ask the manufacturer for help.
> >> "John Lenz" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> >> news:09792E2F-D411-4894-A2F5-7DC326199807@microsoft.com...
> >>> Configuration:
> >>> Vista Ultimate - 32 bit SP1
> >>> I have a Maxtor external firewire disk drive and it worked just fine
> >>> until I installed my firewire camera to capture video.
> >>> When I do, I lose the maxtor drive (which holds the captured video) and
> >>> have to unplug/replug the Maxtor to get the drive recognized.
> >>> How can I keep both devices operational since I only need the firewire
> >>> camera when I have video to capture?
> >>> Thanks
> >>> John