Is Firewire IEEE 1394 still supported by Windows 10 ?

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  1. Posts : 12
    Windows 10 Home
    Thread Starter
       #11

    Thank all for your advices !
    This is the information about the motherboard
    Manufacturer ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.
    Model ROG STRIX Z370-E GAMING (LGA1151)
    Version Rev X.0x
    Chipset Vendor Intel
    Chipset Model Coffee Lake
    Chipset Revision 07
    Southbridge Vendor Intel
    Southbridge Model Z370
    Southbridge Revision 00

    And the Firewire adapter is a Startech PCIe with 2 Firewire ports

    I gave the Firewire adapter to the person who built the computer, so he can check it on another computer.

    I can't say more for now ;-)
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  2. Posts : 12
    Windows 10 Home
    Thread Starter
       #12

    You say "he must go into bios to reset to default especially if it is uefi bios with ultra fast enabled or he must change pcie slot." -
    Which parameter should I look for ?
    I have the graphic card installed on 2 PCI slots and it works fine
    The graphic card is
    Manufacturer NVIDIA
    Model GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
    Device ID 10DE-1C82
    Revision A2
    Subvendor ASUStek Computer Inc (1043)
    Current Performance Level Level 0
    Current GPU Clock 139 MHz

    Thanks
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  3. Posts : 12
    Windows 10 Home
    Thread Starter
       #13

    Additional information I found on the PCI Slots (after I removed the Firewire a dapter)

    Slot PCI-E
    Slot PCI-E
    Slot Type PCI-E
    Slot Usage In Use
    Data lanes x16
    Slot Designation PCIE_X16/X8_1
    Characteristics 3.3V, Shared, PME
    Slot Number 1
    Slot PCI-E
    Slot Type PCI-E
    Slot Usage In Use
    Data lanes x1
    Slot Designation PCIE_X1_2
    Characteristics 3.3V, Shared, PME
    Slot Number 2
    Slot PCI-E
    Slot Type PCI-E
    Slot Usage Available
    Data lanes x1
    Slot Designation PCIE_X1_3
    Characteristics 3.3V, PME
    Slot Number 3
    Slot PCI-E
    Slot PCI-E
    Slot Type PCI-E
    Slot Usage Available
    Data lanes x1
    Slot Designation PCIE_X1_4
    Characteristics 3.3V, Shared, PME
    Slot Number 5
    Slot PCI-E
    Slot Type PCI-E
    Slot Usage Available
    Data lanes x16
    Slot Designation PCIE_X4_1
    Characteristics 3.3V, PME
    Slot Number 6

    Is there a particular slot I should use ?
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  4. boombastik's Avatar
    Posts : 400
    Windows 10 X64 latest
       #14

    your problem is here:
    -https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?92063-Chipset-PCIe-slots-don-t-detect-enumerate-properly

    I don't know if this is a bios bug or a chip set bug but if u put your pcie firewire card from a cpu pcie lane it will play.
    This is the second big pcie slot.

    The motherboard there is ryzen but i found similar problem with intel latest asus motherboards.
    Basically try another pcie slot that is not shared

    put it here: Slot Designation PCIE_X1_3
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  5. Clintlgm's Avatar
    Posts : 1,081
    Win 10 pro Upgraded from 8.1
       #15

    boombastik said:
    Helmut: this cant help him because he is said the the firewire don't exist in device manager.

    clntlgm: the obsolete tech has nothing to do that a pcie card don't recognized in the bios. Or the slot is broken, or it is dirty ,or he must go into bios to reset to default especially if it is uefi bios with ultra fast enabled or he must change pcie slot.

    I was assuming he had a Thunderbolt MB connection most Asus Motherboards have had since Z97's, if so why bother to fight for drivers instead of just adapt/Convert to TB Problem solved?


    If the model of firewire has the amsedia1083 pcie to pci bridge it dont work reliably with ryzen.
    Sorry I commented with logic only, I have no experience with Firewire I tried it way back when it first came out and found it was a hassle even back then and there were few devices that used the technology with out issues.
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  6. Posts : 1,361
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
       #16

    My old Sony DCR-TRV460 camcorder worked when connecting a Firewire (ieee 1394) cable onto my old HP Pavilion media center M8417C computer, which has a 6-pin 1394 port (probably 1394A) at the front and at the back of the computer and Win10 has built-in Firewire drivers for them.

    btw, the IEEE 1394 chipset used on the HP computer is "LSI 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller" listed in Device Manager

    be sure to buy the proper IEEE 1394 cable and the PCI/PCIe 1394 expansion card for PCs/boards that don't have a 1394 connector & ports.
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