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ffrcoupe
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Registered: ‎09-03-2009
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Windows XP driver for QIP7216?

I want to hook up my STB to my XP box via IEEE 1394 (firewire.) The STB locks up when I do this but it comes back if I turn it on and off.  Windows is, of course, asking for a driver.  Is one available?  I’ve looked a few places with no luck.

 

Thanks! :smileyhappy:

 

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Justin
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Re: Windows XP driver for QIP7216?

Searching this Board with the following search values "stb firewire driver windows" I found the following thread which discusses in detail how to do this and where to find the drivers: Link

 

I have never tried this so I have no idea how well it will work other than what is said in the post.

 

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ffrcoupe
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Re: Windows XP driver for QIP7216?

 


Justin wrote:

Searching this Board with the following search values "stb firewire driver windows" I found the following thread which discusses in detail how to do this and where to find the drivers: Link

 

I have never tried this so I have no idea how well it will work other than what is said in the post.

 

__________________________________
Justin
Verizon FiOS TV, Internet, and phone
QIP6416, IMG 1.6.2, Build 08.58
Keller, TX 76248


 

Thanks! I did a search and didn't see it. :smileyhappy:

 

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KenAF
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Re: Windows XP driver for QIP7216?


ffrcoupe wrote:

Thanks! I did a search and didn't see it. :smileyhappy:

 


Be aware that you won't be able to record any content from cable channels with a PC.   IEEE1394 output is encrypted for cable channels, and can only be recorded with an authorized 5C device like a [discontinued] JVC HDTV D-VHS VCR.
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