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IEEE 1394 adapter not recognized

I just bought a new IEEE 1394 Card Bus Adapter for my Vista laptop (Toshiba). The box says it is Vista Compatible but the instruction manual only goes up through XP. I put it in the card slot on the side of my computer (it only goes in half way...???), but the computer does not recognize it and the install wizard does not come up.

Again the product is a Dynex IEEE 1394 Card Bus Adapter (handed to me by the Best Buy salesman) with model number DX-FC202.

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  • soulman3 Dec 30, 2008

    where can i get drivers for Vista?

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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

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