|Jan 24, 2008, 01:13 PM||#1|
Firewire chipset = Lucent?
I have a white macbook 2ghz from late September. This was, what I thought to be before the changes made in October. Concerned that I have some cheap Agere chipset that will be a disaster for firewire audio cards.. I was trying to find out what firewire chipset was on this thing, so I did ctrl-cmd-v at startup and saw that it says:
"Lucent ID 5811"
I gather that means I also have a cheap firewire chipset? If so, that is very disappointing.
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