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Simply, your kernel doesn't have firewire1394 support. So, you need to build your kernel with firewire1394 driver enabled using. make menuconfig After this you can select the firewire1394 driver and dependencies. Then you compile the kernel and install it.


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In 99.9% of cases it is not possible. The audio controller chip on your motherboard just can't deliver enough power. That "controller" thing was not actually a controller but a small power amplifier. Your audio chip is just not designed to drive a speaker directly and you can't overcome that. You shouldn't connect speakers directly to the audio output of ...


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After extensive testing via FurMark, as well as having someone else use the GPU, it has been determined that the GPU was faulty and needed to be replaced.


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A System Restore will undo all changes to the operating system made after the last restore point. Sometimes installing a program or driver can make Windows run slowly or unpredictably. System Restore can return your PC's system files and programs to a time when everything was working fine, potentially preventing hours of troubleshooting headaches. It ...


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Since the past two decades, certain hardware aspects have become very standardized, so that it is easy to actually embed these drivers in the firmware (or in the case of linux, the kernel). If you look at the drivers in use for USB storage, it is nearly always the same, regardless of manufacturer, size, etc. The same goes for (most) USB keyboards and other ...


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The whole “installing driver” shebang appears only on Windows. It’s actually more like “registering new device instance” anyway. On other operating systems, the process is essentially the same, of course, but managed differently. For example, there are two ways to handle multiple similar devices: Either an isolated driver instance is running for each of them ...



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