Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: miro Computer Products AG
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 436.7 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 06/19/1996
The role of the device driver of a computer monitor display like the 48kHz VESA/72Hz multi frequency monitor is more pronounced in older operating system environments. This is because they do not possess the built-in generic device drivers found in newer operating system platforms. In a sense, the device driver explicit for the display monitor allows the supported hardware component to exhibit backward compatibility features. This means that even if the display monitor is relatively new compared to its host computer system, it can still be used efficiently. When connected to the host computer system, newer operating system environments automatically implement the generic device driver. Even if this is the case, the correct device driver must be used to implement tools and utilities designed by the manufacturer to improve the performance level of the device. For the 48kHz VESA/72Hz multi frequency monitor it is supports by tools that allow for resolution switching, monitor calibration, and implementation of What You See Is What You Get technology.
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 of the 48kHz VESA/72Hz multi frequency monitor or any computer display monitor for that matter is used to implement what is known as an Extended Display Identification Data. This particular information makes use of a data structure that will allow the computer monitor to describe to the connected graphics processing card its range of available capabilities. The information will also describe to the host operating system environment the type of monitor that is connected to the machine. This particular data structure is based on the Video Electronics Standards Association specification which means that the data structure is relatively the same for all types of monitors. What this also means is that as long as the correct device driver is present, the supported hardware component can be deployed in virtually any type of computer system. For operating system platforms not inherently supported, the correct device driver will allow third party developers to create customized drivers. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 48kHz VESA/72Hz multi frequency monitor errors before installing any driver updates.