Am1772(tm) Wireless LAN Chipset

Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: AMD
Caution Level: Medium
Download File Size: 14.92 MB
Operating System: Windows Vista, XP, 2000, 98, 95
Latest Version / Release Date: / Jan 11 2004

Windows device driver information for Am1772(tm) Wireless LAN Chipset

The Am1772(tm) is a chipset designed as a network driver for Wireless LAN compatibility. Chipsets are generally used to consign a set of focused chips on a PC's motherboard or along an expansion card. Chipsets comprise of two specific pair of chips on a motherboard: the north bridge and the south bridge. The north bridge associates the CPU to extremely high-speed devices, particularly main RAM and graphics controllers while the south bridge conjoins with the lower-speed peripheral buses like the PCI and the ISA. The Am17729(tm) can be found on the south bridge for on most modern chipsets, the south bridge in fact has more on-chip incorporated peripherals such as the Ethernet, the USB, and other audio devices. Such chipsets are regularly intended to toil with an explicit family of microprocessors for it controls communications among the processor and other external devices; a chipset acts a vital role in influential system performance.

Outdated Drivers?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 Am17729(tm) is configured with (NDIS) Network Driver Interface Specification, an (API) application programming interface suited for network interface cards (NICs). The NDIS is a Logical Link Control (LLC) that generates the upper sub layer of an OSI data link layer which then acts as an edge between two network layers making the (MAC) Media Access Control device driver as the lower sub layer of the data link. The NDIS, an archive of utilities frequently demoted as a covering in which it conceal the underlying convolution of an NIC hardware and supplies a standard interface for network etiquette drivers and the hardware intensity MAC drivers. The NDIS interface is also utilized to author network drivers that lay in-between MAC and IP layers capable in controlling all traffic being induced by the NIC card. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Am1772(tm) Wireless LAN Chipset errors before installing any driver updates.