Fixing FireWire (IEEE ) Problems in Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8 and - David Knarr
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We found a problem when we tried to use the FireWire port on our computers that were running Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8. We never had this problem with Windows XP. The problem was with the Windows 10, 7, Windows 8 and 8. For Windows 7, just use the Legacy driver. Just follow the instructions below. If you are on Windows 10, or 8 or 8.

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Just skip down to the section marked The Fix for Windows 8 and 8. For Windows 7 simply replace the new driver with the Legacy driver that comes with Windows 7. Click Start Then click on Control Panel Click on Device Manager Note: Category on the top right side of the Control Panel Window.

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Then Click on Large Icons you should now have a list of items in the Control Panel and click on Device Manager. Under the Device Manager, look down the list for IEEE Bus Host Controllers and Double Click on it.


It should display something like - OHCI Compliant Host Controller Note: If it has the word Legacy behind it, you are already setup and you can just exit out. Next, double click on the OHCI Compliant Host Controller A window will popup saying OHCI Compliant Host Controller Properties Click on the Driver Tab Then look down in the widow and click on Update Driver Then select - Browse my computer for driver software Next select - Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer It will bring up a list of drivers.

Click on OHCI Compliant Host Controller Legacy NOTE: It is important that you select the one with Legacy after it, just like shown above.

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Then click Next Once it installs the OHCI Compliant Host Controller Legacy , it will say Windows has successfully updated your driver software. Click on the Close button and exit out of all of the other windows. You will now be able to import video via the FireWire port on your computer. If you are still having a problem importing video after you have switched the FireWire driver to Legacy, then the problem may be with the FireWire port.

Most people report this problem with Dell computer, but it does happen with other brands, even brand new computers. This problem is usually with the FireWire port that is built into the motherboard. Install a FireWire card into one of the open slots in the computer 2.

Using the instructions above, set the drive to Legacy. Then connect the FireWire cable from the video camera, into the new FireWire port that you just added. We have noticed that when Microsoft has issued certain updates, it can cause Windows 7 to switch back to use the original OHCI Compliant Host Controller driver.

If you notice the FireWire device is transferring slowly or not working, then just repeat the above steps and reinstall the Legacy driver. Just go to this page on the Microsoft Support page and download the Legacy driver. Then follow the installing directions on that same support page. I received an email from Mike Tilka and he was having a problem getting the FireWire port working on his Dell XPS and on an Gateway computer with the drivers from above.

He said he needed to get the driver from this link for his computers: We have noticed that when Microsoft has issued certain updates, it can cause Windows 10, Windows 8 and Windows 8. Since , when Studio 1 Productions opened, we have been serving videographers, filmmakers and photographers. Whether you are home user, hobbyist, prosumer or professional, we are here to help you.

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