I don't know, haven't tried one. My laptop has Firewire 400 port on it.
The sound tech for my church used a Firewire adapter to connect to our
Firewire audio device. It worked fine with his Thinkpad and Windows XP
until the card socket on the Thinkpad died. He replaced his Thinkpad
with an HP running Windows 7, and the Firewire adapter doesn't work at
all. Apparently the XP driver won't work on Windows 7, and there's no
Windows 7 driver for the adapter.
I've tried to use it with my laptop's Firewire port, but we haven't been
able to make it work yet. We never have enough time to troubleshoot and
figure out why it's not working. It's possible I have a junk Firewire
chip on this laptop. :-(
I need to talk with our electronics tech about pulling the Firewire
audio out of the rack, so I can take it home and try working out the
On 06/16/2012 08:35 AM, Neil wrote:
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