Drivers for Fireware Devices
About Fireware Devices
Fireware standard (IEEE 1394) - is a method of transmitting the information as a digital format over the serial of High Speed Bus. In most cases, the standard has been used to exchange data between computer and equipment for recording and playing the video and audio files.
According to its speed performance, Fireware has been approaching to the performance of USB 2.0 tires, but unlike the last, at the same time it allows you to connect more devices up to sixty. In order to supply the capability of whole connected equipment, drivers help to the Fireware devices for carrying out this process.
The main advantages of IEEE 1394 bus may include relatively low cost of integration, which is quite fast data transfer, as well as the ability to connect devices in a "hot" Plug-and-Play mode. This mode allows you to connect or disconnect the devices at any time (even when there is an exchange of information) without fear of loss or errors in the data. Furthermore, Fireware performs data transmission and supplies voltage on a single cable.
If you connect equipment to the computer, the computer cannot recognize it then you should download the drivers for devices of Fireware or just upgrade the old ones. This process will require direct access to the Internet.
Typically, these devices come with separate disc software, which contains all the necessary drivers to work effectively. If it is missing, or the software does not meet the requirements of the current OS, you can upgrade through the Device Manager.
List of Fireware Devices