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FireWire Devices Crash Windows 7 RTM.
Customers running the latest versions of Windows client and server might find their computers crashing if they have FireWire devices connected to the machines. According to Microsoft, 1394 devices are capable of generating a stop error ("STOP: 0x000000D1") exception on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, but only when computers running the platforms resume from either sleep or hibernation. Of course, the IEEE 1394 interface is not limited to FireWire (from Apple). The serial bus interface standard has been branded by Sony as i.LINK, and Lynx by Texas Instruments.
FireWire Devices Crash Windows 7 RTM - When the OS resumes from hibernation/sleep - Softpedia
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