Manufacturer: Lava Computer Manufacturing Inc
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 48 KB
Operating System: Win 95, Win 98, Win ME, Win NT, Win 2000, Win XP
Latest Version / Release Date: Unknown / 21 Apr 2011
Lava 8255 PIO (Programmable Peripheral Interface Input/Output, PCI board efficiently utilizes the 8255 Programmable Peripheral Interface chip input/output capabilities. The device is compatible with Intel processors as well as other possessors. The 8255 PIO PCI board adds three 8-bit compatible data bus Input /Output to personal computers equipped with PCI. It features 24 input-output pins, which can be programmed individually in QBasic, Assembler and Turbo C. This feature makes it versatile for interfacing microcontrollers to PCs. Using 8255 programmable Peripheral Interface chip, the board's design implementation is made easier since it uses the PCI bus interface. One more benefit of the Lava 8255 PIO is that it complies with PCI 2.1 Specification. The Lava 8255 PIO PCI board can be used for PC based automation and control of equipments such as switches, sensors, industrial automation systems and security control systems.
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
Lava 8255 PIO PCI must be installed properly for it to function. When installing make sure the system power is turned off, then insert the PIO PCI card and make sure it fits perfectly to prevent it from malfunctioning. After booting the system, Windows will automatically detect the presence of the new hardware. Proceed to click the next button on the dialog box and open the location where the installation file is located. A new window will appear indicating a new found Lava 8255 PI PCI driver. To continue with the installation click ‚ÄòNext' and let the driver be installed. Click on the Finish button to complete the driver installation and then restart the computer. The device can be configured from the Device Manager, where users must enter Ports COM and LPT to view it. Users can also change the device resources using the Device Manager. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 8255 PIO PCI errors before installing any driver updates.