10Mbps Ethernet CompactFlash Card

Device driver details
Category: Network and Modem
Manufacturer: Cadmus Micro
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 2.35 MB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.4 / 06 Sep 2000
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Windows device driver information for 10Mbps Ethernet CompactFlash Card

The 10Mbps Ethernet CompactFlash Card is a mobile networking device which makes use of low power consumption to implement it 10 million bits per second data transmission rate. It is designed to be hosted on majority of Palm-sized, Handheld, and Laptop computer systems. By installing this hardware component and its corresponding device driver the computer user gains the functionality of accessing Local Area Network environments to implement high speed data exchange and file sharing activities. The low power consumption feature of the 10Mbps Ethernet CompactFlash Card is likewise supported by its device driver allowing the hardware component to maximize the usage of the limited power capacity of the host machine's battery. In order to take advantages of its capability to synchronize information with the existing computing network the host computer system must have a vacant PCMCIA or PC Card slot. The actual transmission speeds would be dependent on the load of the host networking environment.

When compared to other data transmission platforms like the RS232 for example, the 10Mbps Ethernet CompactFlash Card stands out considering that an RS232 connection on the serial port can only deliver speeds of up to 19,200 bits per second. The high speed data access capability provided by this hardware component and its corresponding device driver makes it possible for a computer user to take advantage of potentially tedious routines like logging into the Internet. The device driver also supports file backup and transfer operations in a relatively trouble-free manner. Since the 10Mbps Ethernet CompactFlash Card is used to access remote computer networking environments it implements security and encryption measures to protect the data transmissions. These types of security algorithms are compatible with the protocols utilized by majority of mainstream operating system environments. The device driver communicates with the components of the host computer system as well as with that of the remote workstations and servers. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 10Mbps Ethernet CompactFlash Card errors before installing any driver updates.

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