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Problems with the BT-ECU2FW

My BT-ECU2FW express card is not being recognized on may notebook HP Pavilion 6150BR. It recognizes only the USB 2,0 Port but not the two IEEE 1394 ports.

What could be the problem?
My Operational System is Windows XP Professiona SP3

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Thats interesting, because I bought the same Express card few days ago for my Acer Aspire 8920G, and I have the same exact problem. I thought its the problem of windows vista, but from your post it I don't think its anymore because you are running XP.

I guess I will return the card and I suggest you do the same, and try another brand Express Card.

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