Followed all your steps, rebooted and NADA This opens the registry. Good luck, report back if you get it fixed Friday, August 20, Depending on what driver you’re using for the bus host controller, you might see an extra entry popup in device manager if you’re using the ‘legacy’ driver. Windows 7 IT Pro.
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The OS doesn’t install the service for the bus unless the device is plugged in at startup the external hard drive, camera, or whateverand sometimes it doesn’t install the service even if the device is plugged in.
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And when you plug-in your device, it should be detected. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.
Monday, October 9, 8: I don’t know what kind of card i have Since the website is not hosted by Microsoft, the link may change without notice. In any event, I edited an entry in the registry that tells the bus host controller to start at OS startup instead of ‘on demand’.
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It is functioning well, apart from the firewire card not being recognized. Anyway, hope you find a real answer. Please feel free to contact me if you get any update. Hi I have the exact same problem.
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If I disable ‘quick boot’ I can see the following during the boot sequence: Windows update reports that Windows is up to date.
Does someone else have another solution?? Perhaps the device is supposed to send a message that starts the service – who knows. This is one of many threads I came across googling roughly ‘IEEE device not showing up cojceptronic device manager’.
Friday, August firewiire, 3: I have updated the BIOS to the latest version. To modify value, right click on start, select modify, and type in 2.
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I changed this to 2, which means ‘start at startup’. Since I don’t use cocneptronic I don’t care enough to fix it Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: Maybe on older devices the driver isn’t doing what it’s supposed to do, and perhaps you have no updated driver and can’t get one.
When I click on the ohci folder it brings up a list of settings. Resources for IT Professionals.
After a lot of reading I never found a real solution – until I started piecing some things together. Otherwise nothing else pops up when you plug in your device. It’s been so long and I never used firewire much if at all, no longer do at all. Tirewire might have to do a little digging here to make sure you’ve got the right service. Windows 7 IT Pro. I can see that the BIOS does see the firewire card. I got the feeling that the next step is the “IEEE Bus host controllers” node to appear in the device manager.
After a restart, the bus host will load at startup, and when you plug your firewire device in, the bus host will detect it and run normally Well, that is about it.
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