Removing the software and usb drivers that came with the camcorder helps, if you have installed them, as sometimes these interfere with the correct operation of the firewire ones. Vista has worked with Firewire for years. I have selct the BR-DV an that has also work in the past. Back to Windows Vista forum 9 total posts. I have check the Deck configuration. It seems like it some sort of software issue?
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Windows Vista does not detect miniDV Camcorder through IEEE. – Forums – CNET
In the new pop-up window select: With the computer on, connect the camcorder to the pc using a firewire cable. Have you tried various deck configurations? The time now is Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
Let it start up and then leave it on for a minute or two and then turn it off. Remove any cables from the card which may be connected to it, carefully move any cables which may interfere with physically removing the card, then unscrew the screw holding the card tightly in place to the case. I have had the same difficulty in the past connecting decks vjc fire wire to my Avid system.
After replacing the cover boot up the pc as normal. Open the device manager.
OHCI Compliant IEEE Host Controller driver free download for windows – JVC – J3N
Some people have found that But it not works. My first digital camcorder is now over 10 years old and the vjc power lead connection is getting worn. Track ochi discussion and email me when there are updates. Optimising my pc for video capture My camcorder is not recognised after installing SP2 Back to top.
An owner of an NTSC JVC camcorder has fixed his problem by having the cam connected to the pc and playing the camcorder tape whilst booting up windows. That’s why you are here isn’t it.
Windows Vista does not detect miniDV Camcorder through IEEE.
If this hasn’t shown up a faulty cam or cable the next step is to get inside the pc. We now need to get inside the pc and the first thing you need to do when working inside the pc is to read safety first. The camcorder is not in the right ivc. Any of these may well have caused the problem.
The first step is to go back into device manager and after right clicking on the OHCI compliant ieee host controller, is to choose uninstall, a warning will come up, choose yes and the firewire card will be removed from the system. The Windows was installed by a shop that didn’t know to install motherboard and more drivers.
Now refit the case cover and we are ready to turn on the pc again. There are many reasons for this. Something that is appearing is Jvcc is sometimes not picking the right firewire driver for the cam, so try this Go to Device Manager and click on IEEE Bus host controllers Click on the device listed underneath this heading. When it’s working again, repeat each step, so insert the hardware or install an update, and test after every item.
Once nvc is removed we are ready to take out the card, a good time to ensure you are earthed!!
The express firewire card is detected and the latest drivers are installed for it. After many attempts, battery power was tried. Anyone know a fix?
From the pop-up menue select “Driver update” oder “Treiber Aktualisieren”. Until more clues are found, there is something wrong with this PC.
lhci In the next pop-up window deselect the litle box “Kompatible Hardware anzeigen” Now you get company names on the left side of the window. Running scandisc can put right hdd errors which then allow the cam to work. Okay, so I think then it is either the camcorder port or the firewire cable.