Install LSI 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller driver for Windows 7 x86, or download DriverPack Solution software for automatic driver installation and update. The 1394ohci.sys bus driver is a single (monolithic) device driver, implemented by using the kernel-mode driver framework (KMDF). The legacy 1394 bus driver (available in earlier versions of Windows) includes multiple device drivers that were implemented by using the Windows Driver Model (WDM) in a port/miniport configuration.
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Thesycon System Info (TSI) is a Windows application that shows detailed version information about USB and IEEE 1394 bus driver stacks installed in a Windows system. The TSI tool generates a report in plain text format. This report can be copied to the clipboard or saved to a file. TSI is useful when handling customer support requests. It enables end users to check the bus driver versions installed on a PC. Third-party USB bus driver stacks are provided with many main boards. If such a bus driver stack is used instead of the Microsoft driver stack then unexpected problems may occur.
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This section provides installation information, specific to IEEE 1394 device drivers in Microsoft Windows 2000 and later operating systems.
Vendors supplying their own IEEE 1394 device driver should make that driver a member of the Base setup class in the INF Version Section of the driver's INF file. For example:
There are no other special requirements associated with installing IEEE 1394 device drivers.
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For general information about device installation in Windows 2000 and later operating systems, see Device Installation Overview.