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IEEE1394 host controller cannot start code10

That HP Pavillion750c desktop I'm trying to turn into server/wireless router....well, can't get online 'cause I'm not gettin' IP address assigned. Device mgr shows me yellow flag/! for OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller has a code10(cannot start). Uninstall/reinstall no help, comes back same way. Do I need a driver update? Can I use my laptop to get new driver and transfer it. If so, how?
Thanks in advance, Doug.

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  • dougzilla Jan 11, 2009

    Tried this solution a few times before asking for assistance. Also tried uninstall and restart of pc, no help. Forget about wireless part of question, I cannot even get a simple broadband connection just by hooking up ethernet from roadrunner modem to pc. Network Connections window shows 1394 not connected, tried 'repair' this in turn shows "unable to achieve/assign IP address from server". Catch 22, I cant get online to search/download MS updates or service pack 3(pc has been in closet for a couple of years). I have a plain ole' 4 port linksys router not doin' nothin. Can I string modem to linksys and then hookup laptop and desktop to linksys, then achieve internet thru laptop, and network desktop to laptop and gain internet access for desktop thru laptop connection?

  • dougzilla Jan 11, 2009

    Tried this solution a few times before asking for assistance. Also tried uninstall and restart of pc, no help. Forget about wireless part of question, I cannot even get a simple broadband connection just by hooking up ethernet from roadrunner modem to pc. Network Connections window shows 1394 not connected, tried 'repair' this in turn shows "unable to achieve/assign IP address from server". Catch 22, I cant get online to search/download MS updates or service pack 3(pc has been in closet for a couple of years). I have a plain ole' 4 port linksys router not doin' nothin. Can I string modem to linksys and then hookup laptop and desktop to linksys, then achieve internet thru laptop, and network desktop to laptop and gain internet access for desktop thru laptop connection?

  • dougzilla Jan 11, 2009

    I can get internet thru laptop all day long. Unplug laptop and plug in desktop...modem still recieving, light on back of desktop where ethernet cable plugs into lit and flickering. sending packets, no packets incoming though. Gonna throw the rat!@#$% away and just buy a wireless router and call it a day. But thanks for trying.

    Say hi to wife and kids, See ya. doug..

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Yes you can update the driver yourself and it does sound like it is a driver problem. In device manager right click on your device and click on Install Driver. That will take care of the problem. But, you need a wireless router, the DHCP server of your ISP will not issue an IP address to a host only a router. The router has an IP address that is broadcast and issues private addresses for the host computers.

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    Randall Trahan Jan 11, 2009

    OK and I have been down this road before with my own Internet connection. Nothing left for you to do locally. Call your ISP, on more then one occasion they have to fix it from there in, especially if you are getting no connection at all....

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