Panasonic NV-GS11 via Firewire s.PC: Calculator barely reacted
Frage von Pressewart: Oktober 2005
Hello Pre'm in this field Beginners! Have in the past few days with my Panasonic GS 11 created along with the Windows Movie Maker, a film that has worked Prima. To dub him on DVD, I contain old Magix Video Deluxe, for Windows Movie Maker or Nero (Nero did not recognize the format) has no way to burn DVD. That was no problem running video!
The next morning I wanted to do the same again, and without making further changes, the following happened: Every time I turned on the camera, went to sleep my calculator, that means he took forever to respond to commands (5 minutes to close a program) . In the Task Manager System came with 100%. Who do I turn off the camera is instantly re all right!
Can use the calculator, but do not operate Camera more about who can help me?
've Calculator 2.6 GHz with 512 MB and 80 GB hard drive Camorder is connected s.Firewire [/ b]
Antwort von Markus:
looking at you once the relevant times, and Firewire jacks exactly) to (possibly using a magnifying glass: is) probably one of the pins bent (short circuit?
If not: Close your camcorder on a trial times s.eine other firewire port on s.PC. Or / and invite a friend one (together with its digital camcorder) and tried the same thing with his camera. ;-)
In this way, can determine whether defective if an IEEE1394 interface s.Calculator or s.Deinem camcorder (eg by electrostatic charge, see FireWire FAQ">6. (b) ESD - an exciting topic!).
I started s.anderer place to gather possible causes for problems with Firewire too. Look at this, whether you like some help or at least brings you to a new idea. If you find a solution, I'd be very grateful for a reply:
Antwort von wrunge:
I had the same problem with the same camera. it has only really works with a different FiWi card. Since everything is well.
Antwort von Markus:
You can locate the exact cause? Was your previous card is not IEEE1394 OHCI-compliant, there was a hardware conflict, had broken the card or ... ?
I am always grateful for such advice, so I can keep up to date the pg thread.