Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Acer Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 8.1 KB
Operating System: Windows 98 SE
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 12/17/2002
A computer system is primarily made up of an input system and an output system. These two subsystems serve as the primary interface of the computer user to the internal processing components of the host computer system. The AcerView 76N belongs to the display subsystem which is part of the output subsystem of the host machine. It is partly responsible for rendering to the computer user the results of the processed information based on the inputted data. The functionality of this hardware component is supported by a device driver which allows it to communicate with the other elements not only of the display subsystem but those of the output system as a whole. For example the device driver may communicate with the device driver of the printing machine in order to represent on paper what is being viewed by the computer user on the AcerView 76N display monitor. This type of interaction is normally handled in the background by the device driver with the technical details being kept from the computer user to avoid complexity.
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 interaction of the computer user with the device driver and its supported hardware component is normally done using a software interface. This user interface can be represented in a number of ways like as part of the software application submenu or as a component of the control panel applet among others. The device driver provides the communication bridge that will translate the instructions issued by the computer user or other components of the computer system into something that can be understood and rendered by the AcerView 76N device. The device driver also supports the interaction of the computer display monitor with the other output hardware components in different degrees. The device driver is instrumental in calibrating the output system hardware components in order to implement a What You See Is What You Get policy. This means that the actual color and shade of the object displayed on the computer monitor will be duplicated out exactly the same way on other output devices like the printer. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AcerView 76N errors before installing any driver updates.