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Attila0051 Hi Ajkill, I have IEEE1394 Bus Host Controller, this opens to OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller. When opened is states the device is working properly. OK what's the next step please?

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I Saw the you posting and problem is solved , sorry for the delay....

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