ATMEL PCMCIA FastVNET (504-C)


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Category: Network Adapter
Manufacturer: ATMEL Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
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Operating System: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP
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Windows device driver information for ATMEL PCMCIA FastVNET (504-C)

ATMEL PCMCIA FastVNET is a PCI card discontinued device which have not been sold in the market since. ATMEL PCMCIA FastVNET PCI card is basically connected to a bus. This enables the user to connect components to the computer's processor. Users see these connections among other computer hardware such as hard disks, memory, sound systems, video systems and the like. The very usage of this device is to construct parts that are more interchangeable. These devices can just be plugged or unplugged if the user wants to upgrade or downgrade their computer hardware. It was the ninety’s when Intel first introduced the very first PCI bus orthe Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) bus. This stands as the hybrid of sorts between the ISA and the VL Bus. Through a comnection, it can give admittance to system memory for connected devices. In order to fully operate, it needs to connect to the front side bus and then to the CPU or the central processing unit.

This is the physical connection that actually connects the processor to most of the components in the user’s computer. The connections included are the main memory or RAM, the hard drives and the PCI slots. The front side bus runs in a 400-MHz or 800 MHz ATTO ExpressPCI-FC 2600 Fibre Channel Adapter - a new technology that can be hooked up from several computer devices. Users now have the ease in capturing as well as in recording several audio formats through this device. In PCI cards, there is also a variation known as PCMCIA which stands for Personal Computer Memory Card International Association. PCMCIA is a collection of all big businesses who lead the way in defining and in developing standards. With the continuing branding and marketing of this product, it extended its market not only to memory cards. In fact, the association acquired the rights to the simpler term 'PC Card' from the IBM company. Since then, a lot of people started using PCI rather than 'PCMCIA', from version 2 of the specification onwards. This device also expanded its use to a lot of flash memory cards that set out to improve the size and features of Type I cards. These Type I cards are known as compact flash, mini card and smart media. These are also called an “ExpressCard”. This was invented as a replacement for the PC Card. The company develops around the PCI Express and USB 2.0 standards. Since 2007 all major laptops have been equipped and sold with only ExpressCard slots or neither slot types. Thus, leaving expansion to USB and Firewire only. This also goes for Atmel Corporation, the leader and producer of microcontrollers and other outstanding products such as capacitive touch sensing ICs, ASICs as well as nonvolatile memory and radio frequency components. To date, they've been providing the electronics industry with complete microcontroller based system solutions. Their products are primarily focused on the consumer, industrial, automotive, security and communications computing markets. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ATMEL PCMCIA FastVNET (504-C) errors before installing any driver updates.


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