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    Resolved [RESOLVED] FireWire/1394?


    What do you think of adding a forum for FireWire/1394 ports/devices?

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    see this thread....

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    In this case it might be best to just add Firewire/IEEE 1394 to the USB Forum.

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    <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Rellik:
    In this case it might be best to just add Firewire/IEEE 1394 to the USB Forum.

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    I agree with Rellik's suggestion.

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    <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Darren Wilson:
    I agree with Rellik's suggestion.

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    I agree with Darren's agreeing with Rellik's suggestion!



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    Originally posted by Rellik:
    In this case it might be best to just add Firewire/IEEE 1394 to the USB Forum.

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    I agree with Rellik's suggestion.
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    Are you saying that IEEE1394 is a type of USB? If that is the case, then thats a good idea, but i didnt know the two were related...correct me if im wrong.
    Even if they are related, you should put the title as 'USB / Firewire'.
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    Not that USB and Firewire/IEEE 1394 are the same but they are kinda similar and fit into a high speed serial catagory.

    Besides, some people think the number of support forums are getting a little large already(not that I have a problem with it)
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    I agree with Rellik's suggestion also.

    Mind you when it comes to answering questions on drivers I wouldn't know much about the firewire side of things so there is something going for having another forum.

    New peripherals category with sub-forums anyone?

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    Well then, how about a 'high speed serial' forum, containing USB and IEEE1394?
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    Originally posted by jimmr13:
    I agree with Darren's agreeing with Rellik's suggestion!
    I agree with Jimmr's agreeing with Darren's agreeing with.....**Uh, wait, I forget where I was going with this!**

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