Consider the following scenario:

  • You have a Windows Vista-based computer that uses an Open Host Controller Interface (OHCI) host controller. This OHCI host controller is Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 1394-compliant.
  • You have two IEEE 1394-compliant storage devices.

In this scenario, you may experience one of the following issues:

  • When you start the computer and connect the first IEEE 1394-compliant storage device to the OHCI host controller, the device is loaded correctly. However, when you connect the second storage device, this device never appears in Device Manager. Additionally, the first device disappears from Device Manager.
  • When you connect the two IEEE 1394-compliant storage devices before the computer is started, neither device appears in Device Manager after you start the computer.

One Reply to “KB952824”

  1. I purchased the reutor to replace an older D-Link I was very happy with. The setup was relatively easy, as I was familiar with the D-link user interface.The problem is that this reutor does not work. At least once every other day, the reutor locks up. It can not be accessed through its IP adress in a browser, and it blocks all access to internet. When it is locked up, you can still connect to LAN, but connection to reutor, and connection to internet does not work.If you cycle power on the reutor, it starts working again. Problem is I have the reutor in the attic, so it is a huge hassle to climb up there very other day to reset it.If you google this reutor and the problem I describe, you will see it is a common problem many people are having. I suspect the reutor needs new firmware, but Dlink appears to have no interest in fixing this problem.This will be the last Dlink product that I buy. Customer support is non existant. If you buy this reutor you are simply stuck.

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