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FireWire (or 1394) devices work well most of the time, but when things go wrong, troubleshooting techniques can vary depending on what's causing the problem.
Troubleshooting problems with external Firewire/1394 or USB 2.0 hard drives.
In Vista, Microsoft has discontinued support for TCP/IP over IEEE 1394. So much for Firewire networking. But there are a few consolations.