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04 Nov 2011  

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Pooch - thanks for the quick reply. So you're saying that hot-swapping means that devices connected to the Firewire card can be plugged/unplugged, but NOT that the Firewire card itself can? I may have misunderstood that. As far as the SIIG working with Win 7, the website and packaging indicate that it does. Regardless, starting from a cold boot with the Firewire card already inserted, Windows 7 does not consistently detect the card.

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