Friday, October 29, 2004

What is a 1394 network connection?

New Windows XP users might notice a new network device labeled 1394
Connection on their system. This network device is actually your FireWire
card. Although most users use FireWire to connect video and storage
peripherals, Microsoft chose to list FireWire as a network device, which
might confuse some users{like me:)}. Either you can ignore this connection, or you
can disable it by right-clicking the connection from within Network
Connections (from the Start menu, go to Settings, Network Connections) and
selecting Disable.


Read More on http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=307736

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