Category: Monitor and Video card
Manufacturer: miro Computer Products AG
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 3.3 MB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.13 / 10/23/1997
The 35kHz VESA multi frequency monitor is a computer display hardware which conforms with the international standards for computer graphics that was established by NEC in 1989. This device has the capability of displaying textual and graphics contents of up to 800 by 600 pixels resolution. The device driver for the 35kHz VESA multi frequency monitor upon installation will remove the generic monitor driver from the Windows Registry and replace its entries with the appropriate information as supplied by the hardware manufacturer. This routine will allow programs including the operating system platform to correctly identify the type of device attached to the computer system. It will also provide the correct details to the exact limitations of the device when it comes to actual performance. The device driver also provides extensive support for the VESA-mf-Monitor technology standard. This hardware driver also allows the deployment of the display monitor with older or newer computer systems by providing operational details to the underlying environment.
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 device driver for this particular display monitor includes support for the implementation of some built-in tools like miroTINT CONTROL and miroSIZE CALIBRATION among others. The hardware driver for the 35kHz VESA multi frequency monitor will also dictate the default language to be used when configuring or operating the device. The implementation of the hardware driver was intended to provide additional support for the implementation of the 3Dfx technology which at the time was a relatively new innovation for improving graphics rendering and processing. As such the device driver for the 35kHz VESA multi frequency monitor also provided extensive support for the Voodoo graphics card model which was considered as one of the high end graphics processing cards at the time. The 35kHz VESA multi frequency monitor device driver allowed the computer monitor to correctly handle the implementation of 3D acceleration methods supported by both the video card and the image intensive software application. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 35kHz VESA multi frequency monitor errors before installing any driver updates.