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problem with peripherals working with 1394
Texas Instruments produces industry leading 1394 silicon that complies with the IEEE 1394 specification. Our devices are compliant to the OHCI v1.0 specification and are used in many PC's and add-in cards from many manufacturers. These manufacturers include 1394 drivers from Microsoft Corporation that enable the 1394 OHCI Host Controller from TI and other 1394 silicon manufacturers. Texas Instruments does not provide any drivers for the OHCI Host Controller for Windows or any other OS. If you are encountering difficulties with the 1394 port on your PC or add-in card, please contact the manufacturer for support. Texas Instruments does not provide any support for these end products. Additional information: To find the manufacturer of the card, use the FCC's web page "http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid/" to search for the FCC ID number printed on the bottom of the card. If it came preinstalled, please contact the store where you purchased the computer. Third-party vendors have developed C&SS driver support for other operating systems. These vendors include Phoenix, System Soft, and Award:
Microsoft http://www.microsoft.com 800-426-9400
Award Software/Phoenix Technologies http://www.phoenix.com 800-677-7305
Systemsoft Corp. http://www.systemsoft.com 800-796-0088
Softex, Inc. http://www.softexinc.com 512-452-8836
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