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Computer for Flex-3000

I have a Dell Optiflex 7010 that does not see any of my 3 Flex-3000's. What brand/model computer can I obtain that will run with my 3000's?

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  • NY2A
    NY2A Member
    [{"insert":"Sounds more like a Firewire issue. The computer itself should be able to run the 3000 no problem. What type of card are you running?\n"}]
  • Paul Playford
    Paul Playford Member
    I have 3 Firewire cards and I check in Device Manager and they are there along with the Legacy driver. But FlexRadio does on see any of the cards. Everything worked well up until two or three days ago when I update the Bios in the computer. I also have another computer with a dedicated firewire port however it will not power up at the moment. Everything worked with this computer also but it was incredibly slow and ran CPU at 100%. That is why I am asking about a working computer system for the 3000.
  • Paul Playford
    Paul Playford Member
    typo change does on to does not
  • Paul Playford
    Paul Playford Member
    I restored the BIOS from v19 to v09 and now my 3000's work again.

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