Satellite FireWire on USB-C Windows PC

jinno

Member
Is it possible to run a Satellite FireWire through USB-C on a Windows PC? -

Like this for example -

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easyrider

Established Member
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Why not? -

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(And I wonder - why is the "Like" of UA representative - to an unfriendly answer)

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it wasn’t unfriendly….I've already asked it…so was straight to the point.
 

FutureLegends

Active Member
Why not? -
You need Thunderbolt on your computer not usb-c. (they use the same connector but are not the same)
(might still not work, I have no idea, but that would be the minimum requirement)
 

Matt Hepworth

Master of the UADiverse
Forum Admin
Moderator
Those are two entirely different protocols (like oil and gasoline). They're not interchangeable or adaptable. Even on Mac.

USB-C is, unfortunately, ambiguous. In the case in the video you linked it's not USB that's being used, but Thunderbolt, which is the equivalent of using a Firewire PCI card, only externally. Same protocol can be provided by the Firewire card (tiny in-line care, in this case).

USB, unfortunately, does not have such capability. It's a more limited format.
 
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