Nobody wants to spend more time than necessary debugging. And if you’re like us here at OSR, you want the time that you do spend debugging to be as easy and hassle-free as possible. That’s why, whenever we have a choice, everyone here at OSR does their debugging using 1394.However, you don’t have to search the OSR ListServer archives very long to find people who’ve had trouble gettting 1394 debugging connections to work to their satisfaction. While some of this is due to “a bug between the keyboard and chair” some of these problems are also due to not having the right 1394 board.We seached long and hard for a PCI-based 1394 card that was inexpensive, yet worked well with WinDbg. And, we finally found one.Features of this 1394 PCI adapter:
- 3 external 1394 ports (6-pin)
- 1 internal 1394 port (6-pin)
- Uses the industry-leading TI chipset. This is the chipset that just about everyone agrees is “the one” that works best.
- Tested by OSR and proven to work well with WinDbg.
- Supports speeds up to 400Mbps
- Entirely Windows compatible, even when you’re not using it for debugging.
Why go through the hassle of experimenting? Why take a chance? Step up to good-performing, stable, 1394 debugging using this card.
Note: You’ll need to supply your own 6-pin to whatever-it-is-that-you-need cables. We don’t supply cables with these cards.