Re: Data on external HD (Philips SPD5115CC) seems corrupt
Hi "Cal Bear '66"
I have no problem in combination Device Manager/IEEE 1394 adapter. I use the
disk under XP and Vista and I formatted (NTFS) the disk under both
(XP/Vista)... only Vista makes the disk, after I makes some changes (map or
disk) settings, corrupt
"Cal Bear '66" wrote:
> Vista does support IEEE 1394 (firewire, I Link).
> I have an older IEEE 1394 external HD, and I can only get it to work if I have
> it powered up BEFORE I turn on the computer. Rebooting does not work, a
> hardware scan in Device Manager does not work. If I power up the drive first and
> then turn on the computer the drive works fine.
> Are there any problems in Device Manager with your IEEE 1394 adapter?
> "Randy" <Randy@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Hello FredB
> > I got an ieee1394 external HD too, it didn't work on my vista computer
> > either. but I found following website, which was vista no longer support
> > ieee1394, I don't believe that.
> > http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Win...e0b8d1033.mspx
> > If you have any idea could support ieee1394, please also let me know.
> > "FredB" wrote:
> >> I have a philips external HD conect to my PC (FireWire)... when I change
> >> disk- folder- settings after a will the directory table seems corrupt. I
> >> thinks it has someting to do with Vista, under XP everything works normal and
> >> there is no problem at all. (Sorry for my bad English, my native language is
> >> Dutch)
> >> --
> >> Gr, Fred