I am only missing one driver for the Qosmio G15R, I'm not sure which one it is either. But, if you need some drivers, let me know by email. I need a copy of the recovery cd's for the Qosmio G15R.
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1394 bus driver was rewritten for Windows 7 to provide support for
higher speeds and alternative media, as defined in the IEEE-1394b
specification. The 1394 bus driver that is included with Windows 7
replaces the 1394 bus drivers that were included with earlier versions
For more information, please refer to this document: 1394 Bus Driver in Windows 7
In addition, according to Windows 7 Compatibility Center, JVC Americas GR-D350 High-Band Digital Video Camcorder is compatible with Windows 7 x32 bit.
You can refer to the instructions in this website and see if the issue can be resolved: Windows 7 1394 Firewire devices not working?
Hope this helps.
Windows 7 should automatically install device drivers for the Audio, Video and Network, If you are unable to find/download a device driver that works on your computer and your computer is connected to the Internet then - 1. Remove the driver that isn't working if it was installed. 2. Set Win-7 "Windows Device Installation" to 'AUTO' 3. Windows will automatically search the internet for the driver. 4. Reboot your computer.
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hello, it is most likely a firewire connection.
FireWire, originally created by Apple and later standardized as IEEE-1394, actually preceded USB and had similar goals. The difference is that IEEE-1394 was originally intended for devices working with lots more data -- things like camcorders, DVD players and digital audio equipment. IEEE-1394 and USB share a number of characteristics and differ in some important ways. Here's a summary:
Like USB, IEEE-1394 is a serial bus that uses twisted-pair wiring to move data around.
However, while USB is limited to 12 megabits per second, IEEE-1394 currently handles up to 400 megabits per second.
USB can handle 127 devices per bus, while IEEE-1394 handles 63.
Both USB and IEEE-1394 support the concept of a isochronous device -- a device that needs a certain amount of bandwidth for streaming data. This mode is perfect for streaming audio and video data.
Both USB and IEEE-1394 allow you to plug and unplug devices at any time.
If you had it working before consider yourself one of the lucky ones. Vista is notorious for not recognizing firewire devices, especially camcorders. Try going to the Hardware Manager and updating the IEEE 1394 Bus Host Controller driver. When prompted, you can search in the WINDOWS\WINSXS directory and make sure the Subfolders box is checked. It may show that the driver is the incorrect one but continue to install it. Afterward try plugging in your camcorder and see if it shows up.