Category: Network and Modem
Manufacturer: Acme Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.1 MB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows 98 SE
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 08 Dec 2002
The ADI USB RNDIS Compatible Network Device - AD6833 complies with the industry wide specification that covers the Remote NDIS framework. This specification references network devices based on a dynamic Plug and Play supported input and output port like the Universal Serial Bus interface. The device driver for this particular network hardware component interacts with the two components that make up the Remote NDIS technology. First the device driver communicates with the bus independent messaging system and second it describes how the message set is transported along the specific input and output bus that supports it. By implementing the improved version of the NDIS under the Remote NDIS the device driver provides for a better installation routine for the computer user and an equally better development process for device manufacturers. The role of the device driver in Remote NDIS compliant devices like the ADI USB RNDIS Compatible Network Device - AD6833 is consistent with those that only implement NDIS.
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
As a Remote NDIS compliant device the ADI USB RNDIS Compatible Network Device - AD6833 forms part of a computer network architecture that is implemented mostly under the Microsoft Windows Operating System platform family. The device driver supports the execution of a simplified miniport architecture which is intended to enable the transportation of communication protocols for network adapters. What this translates to is that the device driver of the ADI USB RNDIS Compatible Network Device - AD6833 works in conjunction with the prevailing network protocols of the underlying operating system environment. In a Universal Serial Bus interface architecture this particular hardware component and its corresponding device driver communicates directly with the Universal Serial Bus controller. This routine allows it to gain access not only to the Universal Serial Bus driver and controller driver but also to the NDIS miniport. All of these are implemented by the device driver under the specifications of the TCP/IP networking protocol. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ADI USB RNDIS Compatible Network Device - AD6833 errors before installing any driver updates.