Category: Monitor and Video card
Manufacturer: miroDISPLAYS GmbH
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 5.3 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.16 / 02 Dec 1999
This product is designed to support the VESA standard which is an industry-wide implementation for the interfacing of display monitors for workstations, personal computers, and other similar computing environments. Since the display monitor is a type of multifrequency hardware it is therefore capable of supporting video signals from varying frequency ranges. This capability results in the ability of the display monitor hardware to support different display resolutions. As a multifrequency display hardware it is capable of supporting selected number of frequency levels. In this context the device driver for the 85kHz VESA multi frequency monitor allows for the correct configuration of the hardware in terms of display resolution. Setting the display resolution beyond a frequency which is not supported by the hardware results in the display of an out of range error. Normally this can be prevented by the display driver by providing the adequate limits that can only be supported by the display monitor.
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
Aside from the usual manufacturer ID that is provided by the device driver, it is also responsible for clearing the Windows Registry of obsolete entries that may hamper the display monitor's functionality. The 85kHz VESA multi frequency monitor device driver is primarily an information layout file which allows the operating system as well as the installed software applications in the host computer system to maximize the functionality of the display hardware. One of the most notable roles of the device driver is to deliver backward compatibility. This allows the 85kHz VESA multi frequency monitor to be connected to computer systems running older operating system platforms. Usually these older systems do not have the built-in support having been distributed prior to the release of the display hardware. The device driver attempts to bridge this technological gap so that the computer system will have complete access to all the built-in function of the display monitor. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 85kHz VESA multi frequency monitor errors before installing any driver updates.