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.
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Sounds like something else is chewing up you memory have you got too much allocated somewhere else or control panel/ system /device manager/ serial bus controlers/ std open host controller... update driver, or uninstall and then reboot and windows should hunt it down for you. you may need the driver for it if it cant find it by itself, that means knowing what sort it is (motherboard handbook) and going to site and getting driver.
This is the latest hardware device that can used for Studio 14.
Check the list.
DVC-130 (There are no 64-bit drivers for this product.)
DVC-170 (There are no 64-bit drivers for this product.)
700-PCI (a.k.a. Pinnacle Studio Deluxe 2)
500-PCI (a.k.a. Pinnacle AV/DV)
Any 1394 cards.
Are you using vista 32 or 64 bit system? If Vista 64 bit there is no driver for your device and the only available is 32 bit only. Aside from that you can check also the video cable you were trying to used. If firewire under import/capture tab of Studio 14 you need to select the name of your camcorder or dv camcorder. Check that out and try.
Make sure your audio out from the VCR goes into your sound card's IN device. Then also go into your sound properties and make sure the level is up for the Line IN. After doing that, try another record(download) and test the sound. If it still doesn't work, check Dell Movie Studio Plus' preferences see if anything about what input your using. I'm not familiar with this specific software, but related packages sometimes in preferences there are options to select different inputs. (in case you have more channels or multiple sound cards)
If you are using Windows as your OS, make sure you have the newest drivers for your dell, check for drivers here.
go to control panel>> system>>hardware>> device manager.
double click on the netgear, go to resources tab, if there is conflict (it should). click on "change setting" select the memory range and the IRQ untill you see "no Conflicts" in the lower box.
close and exit. restart the machine.
Greetings, Assuming you have a new laptop (based on having vista) your laptop is most likely equipped with an express card slot instead of the older standard. Here is a link to illustrate what I am talking about: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16839147002 Note that it is a different shape than the card you purchased from Best buy. Hope that helped. Take Care, -WN