Category: Monitor and video card
Manufacturer: APC
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: N.A.
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: N.A. / N.A.

Windows device driver information for APC BioCB40

This external device proves that security is not a way of just providing self-routine passwords but further enhancing security by using a specific hardware. APC BioCB40 or what is known as Biometric Password Manager PC Card 4000 series enables the consumers to have a handy and most reliable process of controlling and supervising your multiple security phrases and codes. This device uses a unique finger print method. It robotically or biometrically recognizes your fingerprints. Then, it allows you to admission your kept passwords and other secured applications and websites. BioCB40 guarantees that it can register multiple users, wherein, it can add up to twenty fingerprints just as fast as a user can switch to windows XP. Once executed, the device automatically switches between the registered user’s desktops for accurate verification. The device also eliminates tedious password lists, continuously entering passwords and codes to different applications just to open your encrypted file, folder or application. APC further enhanced the device by providing ease of use and installation. Users can just plug and play with the device into any of the PCMCIA slot of your notebook computer. The device is further equipped with designed to fit APC travel power case and a three-step Plug and Play setup guideline. Lastly, this device connects to a PCI card and the PCI card is further connected to a bus. This enables a user to connect components to the computer's processor.

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Users may see these connections among their other computer hardware such as hard disks, memory, sound systems, video systems and the like. The very usage of this device is to construct parts that are more interchangeable. These devices can just be plugged or unplugged if the user wants to upgrade or downgrade their computer hardware. It was in the ninety’s when Intel first introduced the very first PCI bus or the “Peripheral Component Interconnect” bus. This stands as the hybrid of sorts between ISA and VL Bus. When connected, it can give admittance to the system memory for other connected devices. In order for it to fully operate, it needs a bridge to connect to the front side bus and thus to the CPU or the central processing unit. This is the physical connection that actually connects the processor to most of the other components in the user’s computer. The connections included are the main memory or RAM, hard drives and the PCI slots. The front side bus runs in a 400-MHz or 800-MHz 512i digital PCI Audio - a new audio technology that can be hooked up from several computer devices. Users now have the ease in capturing as well as recording several audio formats using this device. In PCI cards, there is also a variation known as PCMCIA which stands for “Personal Computer Memory Card International Association”. It is a collection of all big businesses that lead the way in defining and developing standards. With its continuous branding and marketing of products, it extended its market not only to memory cards but the association also acquired the rights to the simpler term 'PC Card' from no less than the IBM Company. Since then, a lot of people started using PCI rather than 'PCMCIA'. This is from version 2 of the specification and onwards. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and APC BioCB40 errors before installing any driver updates.