When capturing arises in more or less long intervals a Picture with checkerboard pattern although there are the "boxes" of the chessboard of alternating small color pixels and "right" parts of the image. The sound playback is interrupted by a short noise. Funtioniert On another PC, the camera, the Prob is) therefore likely s.meiner hardware (firewire transfer. Had been synonymous another Firewire card in it, with the same (mis) success.
Has anyone another idea?
Thank you very much. _Roland
Camera: Panasonic NV-GS11
PC: Pentium IV 2.53 GHz, 512 MB RAM WIN 2000 SP 4 or WIN 98 SE Firewire combo card (Firewire (Texas Instruments), USB, LAN) of Exsys HD: Maxtor 4 G120J6 (120 GB) and Samsung SP2514N (250 GB), both s.einem Promise adapter.
Other hardware, see below.
Have you checked out the following:
Replug the firewire card (soundcard replaced with space). After that, it works once () until the next reboot. In WIN 98 tried different IRQs () not a success. IRQs under WIN2000 see below. Have 2 for Firewire Drivers for Choice, both from the last century (1999).
Software: Ulead VideoStudio 8 (when recording in HD is larger than the disturbance in Plain View ")
DVIO (same problem), despite significantly lower system load.
System Information report created on: 14.10.06 19:29:05 [irqs]
IRQ Number Device 22 Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System 22 Win2000 Promise Ultra133 TX2 (tm) IDE Controller 16 RADEON RV250 16 Intel (R) 82801DB/DBM USB Universal Host Controller - 24C2 19 Intel (R) 82801DB/DBM USB Universal Host Controller - 24C4 18 Intel (R) 82801DB/DBM USB Universal Host Controller - 24C7 18 Creative SB Live! Basic (WDM) 23 Intel PCI to USB Enhanced Host Controller 23 VIA Universal Host Controller (USB) 23 Texas Instruments OHCI-compliant IEEE 1394 host controller 23 Fast Ethernet NIC Realtek RTL8139/810x Family 20 VIA Universal Host Controller (USB) 20 TechniSat DVB-PC TV Star PCI 21 VIA USB Enhanced Host Controller 8 System CMOS / real time clock 13 Numeric data processor 6 Standard floppy disk controller 4 Communications Port (COM1) 3 Communications Port (COM2) 1 Standard Keyboard (101/102-Key) or Microsoft Natural Keyboard (PS / 2) 12 Logitech-compatible Mouse PS / 2 14 Primary IDE Channel 15 Secondary IDE Channel
Antwort von Stefan:
Seems familiar. Unfortunately I can not say exactly what it is.
Suspiciously, are often strikingly Firewire cards with TI chipset on the computers involved and there are often several installed DV drivers.
I'd fire at the top of the DV card with TI chipset and install a DV card that works with the Micro $ oft DV drivers.
It may be that this is not enough. Was installed Depending on how the old card can be bent parts of the multimedia system and the hardware detection of the new card takes up the old drivers back.
So through the Control Panel to uninstall the drivers before you remove the card. The calculator runterfahren. The map to expand. Once the calculator boot to Windows handles the new situation. Calculator runterfahren, install new card, boot Calculator. The hardware detection should now see a new device. When the Windows installation disk is required to load the drivers, it is good. If not, Windows still knows Drivers - hopefully the right .... Tell me again know when this happens.
Good luck The thick Stefan
Antwort von _Roland:
Thank you. Would then probably have to send back the card. Have the problem that I have in common due to lack of PCI slots, Firewire and LAN need on a map. And since the choice is not very large. I'll probably have to bite the bullet, that my son does on his calculator, the capturing and rüberschickt me the files via LAN.