Category: Storage and Hard Drive
Manufacturer: Advanced Digital Information Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 477.5 KB
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: A01 / 06/15/2007

Windows device driver information for ADIC SNC 4000

In any computer system one of the most vital security measure is to backup stored information in case of unforeseen incidents. Backing up of files is considered as part of the best practices in any computing environment. To this end there have been a lot of hardware components that have been introduced into the computer market to facilitate and improve this process. One such device is the ADIC SNC 4000 which is a tape automation hardware component that connects externally to a host computer system. This particular hardware component is supported by a device driver that allows the host operating system environment to correctly detect its presence. The device driver is likewise partly responsible for establishing the communication layer that will allow the exchange of data to and from the ADIC SNC 4000 hardware component. The same communication layer is what makes it possible for the computer user to access data stored in the external device.

Outdated Drivers?

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 tape drives associated with this hardware component normally come in a cartridge package. These cartridges are inserted into the ADIC SNC 4000 to allow information to be stored or read accordingly. The device driver supports the action of storing and reading of data by allowing the tape cartridge to access information at an average of 14 seconds. The device driver also supports alerts and notifications that are reflected on the Liquid Crystal Display on the ADIC SNC 4000 hardware component. These alerts and notifications reference the actual operation being undertaken by the supported hardware component as well as any error that may have been encountered at run time. There are currently no generic device drivers that can make this supported hardware component fully functional. The device driver supports an end-to-end data path readiness check structure with an accompanying error recovery protocol. A built-in SAN security algorithm improves hardware reliability. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ADIC SNC 4000 errors before installing any driver updates.