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OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller

Discussion in 'Software' started by Harvey, Mar 11, 2004.

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  1. Harvey

    Harvey Private E-2

    Fellow Geekers,

    I am having a big problem in my little world. I have no sound from my sound card. I tried everything...I think! The troubleshooter in windows says that it is working properly but still not sound. I reformated the system and even put a new sound card in. I changed out my speakers with my friends speakers thinking that it was my own speakers giving me problems but still no sound. And I also noticed that the suttering of my harddrive has returned. There is also no sound coming from my ATI 8500 DV ALL-IN-Wonder video card. The troubleshooter says that I need to download the WDM capture drivers from ATI. Which I have. But then when I run the test on it to see if it was downloaded, the pc check test says that I need to download the WDM capture driver.
    I also noticed in the Device manager, there is an exclamation mark on OHCI Compliant IEEE 1395 Host Controller. Could someone Pleeeese tell me what this is and could this be the problem??? And if it the problem, where and how do I get it and install it...
    Also I did all the updates for my sound card

    My Computer Specs:
    Windows XP with all the updates
    512 Ram
    Maxtor 45 gb HDD
    Blaster Audigy LS

    Many Thanks to you all :)
    Last edited: Mar 11, 2004
  2. Adrynalyne

    Adrynalyne Guest

    Sounds like maybe you need a BIOS update.

    What is the code and description for the bang on your 1394 controller?

  3. Starkman

    Starkman Private First Class

    Hey Harvey,

    I wouldn't think the Open Host Controller would be causing your issue (that's not to say it ain't possible, though!); it can, however, big time, when you're using USB.

  4. berf

    berf Private E-2

    im having trouble with my OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller and im not sure how to fix it. It getting really annoying because i can't use my USB, therefore i ave no printer, MP3 player etc. If anyone knows how to fix this please let me know
  5. Colemanguy

    Colemanguy MajorGeek

    First berf, don't hijack other peoples threads, second OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller has nothing to do with your usb. That IEEE 1394 stands for firewire.
  6. Adrynalyne

    Adrynalyne Guest

    Make a new thread please.
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