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  • ADVC 110 Driver - USB and Firewire

    We have an ADVC 110. Our computer doesn't have a firewire card, so we're using a simple usb to firewire adapter.

    The problem is with the driver and how it is installing. I get a message that the device is "Unknown" and I can't find a download for a manual install of the driver.

    Any suggestions?

  • #2
    What OS are you using?
    I believe it uses the native IEEE1394 driers, not a special ADVC driver.
    If the ADVC is registered you can find the manual on the GV web site.

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    • #3
      can you add a $40 firewire card to your PC? or do you have no spare slots?

      make sure firewire card has Texas Instruments or VIA chip

      firewire cards with LSI chip crash EDIUS
      Anton Strauss
      Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dpalomaki View Post
        What OS are you using?
        I believe it uses the native IEEE1394 driers, not a special ADVC driver.
        If the ADVC is registered you can find the manual on the GV web site.
        We're using Windows 7 on that computer. Do you know if there is a way to force install the firewire (IEE1394) driver on a computer for use with the adapter?

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        • #5
          Unfortunately we don't have any extra slots on that PC. We use it for video editing and we already have adapters/graphics cards in each of the slots.

          Does anyone have a link to an active usb to firewire adapter that might work better than the pass through we currently use?

          Also, do you have a link to the manual you mentioned?

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          • #6
            In general, with Win7 you should use the "legacy" IEEE 1394 driver, not the one Win7 installs as a default.
            You may be able to go through Windows Device Manager to install the correct driver.

            However, I don't know whether or not it will work through an USB-to-firewire adapter, or though a USB hub, especially if anything else is using the hub.

            What adapter are you using?
            What PC are you using?

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            • #7
              Canopus-110 Driver

              HI I am looking for the Canopus-110 device driver, can anyone help me as to where I can download it from?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Jaayy View Post
                HI I am looking for the Canopus-110 device driver, can anyone help me as to where I can download it from?
                I have a 110. It did not have nor require a specific driver. It uses the generic firewire driver in windows and should show up as an AVC device if I recall correctly (mine is currently on loan to a friend so I can't confirm exactly what it is called.

                You may need to force it to use the legacy firewire driver in windows though, particularly if you are using Win10.
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                • #9
                  Legacy driver may be needed for Win 7 and Win 8 as well. For 8 and 10 it has to be d/l from a MS web site. It was shipped, but generally not activated, with Win 7.

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