IEEE 1394 CardBus Adapter User’s Manual Table of Contents 1. About this Manual ...2 2. IEEE 1394 Basic ...2 3. Key Feature & Benefits ...3 4. Hardware Installation ...4 5. Windows 98SE Driver Installation ...5 6. Windows ME Driver Installation ...5 7.
2. IEEE 1394 B ASIC IEEE 1394 is designed to function as both a cable-connected virtual bus and as a backplane bus achieves speeds up to 400 Mbps. Higher speed in the range of one gigabits-per-second are possible in the future.
1394 bus and the user will not have to manually reconfigure and shut down the system. On systems and products from Sony, Panasonic, JVC, Canon and Sharp, IEEE 1394 goes by the name of i.LINK™, while Apple Computer refers to it as FireWire™. 3. K &...
Operation System Support: Microsoft Windows 98/98SE/ME, Windows 2000 MAC 8.6 or later 4. H ARDWARE NSTALLATION General instructions for installing the CardBus adapter are given since the location of the CardBus Type II slot may vary between different portable computers. 1.
Follow the procedures below to install the Windows 98SE driver: 1. When Windows boots up, a dialog box New Hardware Found will appear as: Texas Instrument OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller 2. click "Next".
Follow the procedures below to install the Windows 2000 driver: 1. When Windows boots up, a dialog box New Hardware Found will appear as: Texas Instrument OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller 2. click "Next".
1. Boot up your system to Windows OS 2. Connect the 4-pin connector into the digital camcorder, then power-on the camcorder. The camcorder should be recognized by the system once the power is on.
Note: 1. Depending on the device connecting to your system, you may need to use different type of cable for device connectivity. 2. Since the CardBus slot does not provide power. A power adapter may be required when connecting certain 1394 devices such as an external hard disk drive.