Problem with FireWire 400 PCI Express card, hard drive and Windows 7 x64
Frage von Bauzi: Dezember 2009
I feel the problem all right on my nerves. I already try for two weeks to solve this problem. Here I turned s.so Manufacturer and many companies of potential problems, but nothing ... nothing!
Okay here is my problem: I use a laptop with Windows 7 Ultimate x64. I've decided to show laptop with a PCI Express card with 2 FW 400 ports to upgrade so I had a good working hard and FW have for capturing.
However, I have huge problems which prevent me with the hard drive can work effectively. As soon as I copy + 200MB of data (of internal and external HD for the reverse), the data rate sags s.auf 0Kb / s The Copy screen is running next and even after clicking on the Cancel button does nothing. Only when the hard drive, I simply turn off the dialog closes. A few Übetragung data can then be found even on the plate.
The following PCI card I use (I previously had a different, but I have changed because I thought that the card is to blame): http://www.logilink.org/showproduct/PC0036A.htm
The following external disk, I use: http://www.lacie.com/de/products/product.htm?pid=11064
The hard drive should work. USB fits. FireWire synonymous fits with my old XP calculator with built-in FireWire.
The card I have already been tested on a Vista x86 Calculator. Same result.
In many threads the standard Win7 Drivers are advised by an old (legacy) Drivers of Texas, or the exchange tool. In fact, I exist higher data rates up to 60MB / s with the drivers, but the problem remains.
The hard drive is detected and I can always search them easily in Explorer.
In the following places I've turned me already: Windows Support, PIC card, LaCie and Laptop Manufacturers
Nobody can help me. Can maybe someone of you? I hope ...
Thanks in advance!
Antwort von RickyMartini:
If your notebook was equipped with eSATA, you could use that connection instead of FW, which should eliminate the problem.
With this card should make the hard drive running smoothly: http://www.logilink.org/showproduct/PC0034A.htm
Antwort von Bauzi:
Yes, yes, but is not what I want. I want to solve this problem.
e-SATA is a great alternative! No question, but I want to use the same card for the hard drive and a camera.