Question about Dell Movie Studio Plus (2x125)
The driver for my IEEE 1394 host controller (texas instruments)and my driver for movie studio plus both come up with a yellow exclamation mark, code 12, which says the device cannot find enough resoures. I think this happened after I upgraded my bios from A05 to A08 for large disk support. I was installing a 300 GB hard drive as a second source of storage. After I did the bios up grade and HD installation, I was exploring my computer when I found these yellow exclamation points. I have uninstalled and reinstalled both drivers, (several times) and I have removed the Movie Stuio Plus IEEE 1394 card and put it into another PCI slot. I have also done a repair install of Windows XP (Professional). None of these procedures eradicated the problem. Thanks for your help. Jacquie
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try to manually update the drivers.
Go to Settings/Control Panel/System
Then Device Manager
Click on one and update.
Let the OS search the CD with the drivers.
(You may have to navigate to the correct directory)
If this fails you will have to go to the DELL website and download the drivers for your machine.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
This is strange, and it sounds like you've done everything right, but.....have you tried a reverse install?
Remove the card, un-install all the drivers and remove the device from the device manager if the uninstall doesn't do it.
Shut the machine down (turn it off)
Install the Linksys card in your available PCI slot.
Start the machine back up. When the Found New Hardware message pops up, follow the prompts from there instead. Your PC may be able to load drivers it already has. If not and if it asks for a disk, then use the CD you got with the card.
All of this assumes the card is ok to use with XP
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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