14 inch Apricot SVGAe (XJ51095)

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Electric
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 103 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 10/14/1998

Windows device driver information for 14 inch Apricot SVGAe (XJ51095)

Belonging to the display subsystem of the host computer system this hardware component is used as the primary device for rendering processed information to the computer user. It makes use of the Super Visual Graphics Array display technology which normally makes use of the 800 by 600 pixel resolution. The device driver of the 14' Apricot SVGAe (XJ51095) allows older operating system environments to correctly identify its presence and implement specific property limitation values that helps to minimize the possibility of display errors. This maximum display resolution functionality must be supported by the video adapter card in order to render processed information correctly to the end user. Essentially the device driver makes it possible for the supported computer monitor to interact with the other hardware components of the display subsystem. As a Cathode Ray Tube based display monitor the 14' Apricot SVGAe (XJ51095) is susceptible to flickers if the wrong refresh rate is declared.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

The display properties can be modified by the computer user from the software interface in the control panel applet. This interface is made possible by the installation of the correct device driver. In newer operating system platforms a generic device driver may be assigned to this computer monitor. The device driver of the 14' Apricot SVGAe (XJ51095) also supports its connection via a 15-pin D-sub cable which makes it possible to receive analog video signals from the installed graphics processing card. Other display properties can be set by the computer user from the control panel applet which will affect the quality of the analog video signal at runtime. Depending on the type of software application, the device driver can implement display property settings within the program environment or on a more global nature. Like in the case of computer games display settings only apply within the gaming environment. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 14 inch Apricot SVGAe (XJ51095) errors before installing any driver updates.