IEEE 1394 Bus host controller problem?

  whatchamacallit 18:07 21 Dec 2004
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New Gigabyte Motherboard, (GA-7N400 Pro2)
OS XP Home.
Have installed harddrive`s, Agp, memory, Cdrw,TVcard, all are working fine.

But in device manager, under IEEE bus host controller I have a yellow marker.
(Texas Instrunments OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller)
I have looked in properties, under device status
it said This device cannot start.(code10)

This interface came with my Motherboard, have reinstalled driver`s for this device, but still have the little yellow marker.


Your help welcome.

  whatchamacallit 20:13 21 Dec 2004

dadyassa,
Thanks for your input, do you have the same motherboard?

  whatchamacallit 21:30 21 Dec 2004

No, I have not tried the interface yet, do not have anything to test it with.

But thanks again.

  Giggle n' Bits 00:03 22 Dec 2004

see if XP finds the IEEE Driver in windows updates.

If thats no use then go in and select the yellow exclamation mark and choose reinstall driver then let it auto search if it want the web also let it search

Also I would check to see which DirectX you have if its running 8.1 update to v9+

  whatchamacallit 02:09 22 Dec 2004

Acolye. Thank you, will download new drives.

Bluestar*. Thanks also, I have reinstalled driver early before I came to the forum, have Directx v9+. will try windows updates.

Thanks again.

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