32 Mbit World-Wide FlashFile(tm)

Category: Storage and Hard Drive
Manufacturer: Tulip
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 239.3 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 05 Nov 1998

Windows device driver information for 32 Mbit World-Wide FlashFile(tm)

The 32 Mbit World-Wide FlashFile™ and its corresponding device driver is responsible for supporting a flash file system that conforms to the FTL data format standards. This type of hardware component can break the existing link between the real-mode Disk Operating System and the existing 32-bit protected mode of the virtual machine. The device driver is responsible for communicating with the Socket Services and the Card Services in their protected mode execution. The 32 Mbit World-Wide FlashFile(tm) is supported by the Plug and Play configuration of the host computer system with a corresponding degree of access to the input and output management subsystem of the underlying operating system environment. The device driver is likewise partially responsible for empowering a number of system tools which can implement control over the supported hardware component. Some of the utilities are executed in console mode which means that despite being 32-bit programs they execute in window mode.

Outdated Drivers?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 32 Mbit World-Wide FlashFile™ is normally hosted in a PCMCIA slot of the host computer system. The PCMCIA slot is normally found in mobile computer systems but can also be installed as an expansion slot on desktop computer systems. The expansion PCMCIA slot is usually not bundled with this particular hardware component and must be installed prior to using the associated device. The device driver allows the computer user to access the contents of the 32 Mbit World-Wide FlashFile(tm) directly from the Explorer application of the host computer system. This means that it is normally treated like any other type of internal storage media connected to the host machine. In this context system tools like, Format and Disk Check may apply to the supported hardware component. The operating system access is provided by the device driver based on the corresponding rights of the active computer user. Normally in controlled computing environments with multiple users various rights are assigned to the respective users which will limit their access to the available feature sets. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 32 Mbit World-Wide FlashFile(tm) errors before installing any driver updates.