Q: What is 1394 FireWire?
A: 1394 FireWire is the name of a high-speed and high-performance serial bus, often called FireWire.
Q: What are the supported data-transfer rates for FireWire?
A: The FireWire serial bus standard defines data rates of 100, 200 and 400MB per second across the cable.
Q: What type of Compact Flash cards can I use with the Lexar FireWire?
A: You may use Type I and Type II CompactFlash cards
Q: How do I remove the card from the Lexar FireWire Reader?
For Mac: The card must be ejected or unmounted by dragging the disk icon to the “TRASH” before pushing the eject button on the Lexar FireWire adapter.
For PC: Just push the eject button to remove the digital film.
Q: What capacities of Lexar CompactFlash cards are supported?
A: The supported capacities are 8MB to 4GB.
Q: Can I use any CompactFlash?
A: Yes, Lexar tests with many different manufacturers of products to insure compatibility.
Q: Do I need a separate driver for Windows?
A: No, the driver is already included in Windows 98SE, Windows 2000 and Windows Me.
Q: My Mac OS is 8.5 and I can’t install the Lexar Firewire Reader?
A: Make sure the Mac OS is 9.0 or greater and the Apple FireWire Software is 2.4 or greater. If you don’t have the 2.4 drivers installed, go to www.apple.com/support and download the driver.