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Manufacturer: ASUSTek Computer Inc.
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 19.9 MB
Operating System: Win2K/WinXP
Latest Version / Release Date: V2.50.0002 / Oct/22/2001
Asus video3D device is a virtual driver that enhances video display of graphics cards with Asus chipset. The driver appears as a service under windows and is largely involved in the control of three dimension images presentation, graphics acceleration and optimized memory access by video cards. Use of wrong or older versions of Asus Video3D device is known to cause conflicts and other device error in widows. It is also important for user of video card that have the Asus 3D chipset should know that it is optimized for Microsoft DirectX. However, users should be aware that the utility service has not been tested and certified as Microsoft WHQL driver. But lack of digital signature does not normally affect operations of the graphics card or computer systems software. The Asus video3D device utility also designed for the 32 bit and 64 bit computer systems.
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Graphic artists and video game lovers can get quality pictures using video cards that have Asus chipsets that support Video3D virtual utility service. This is largely due to the fact that the potent virtual utility service is capable of boosting graphics acceleration for quality three dimension images rendering by efficiently managing the memory requirements of the graphics displayed on the computer screen. It is also good to know that this driver has been designed for window users who frequently make use of applications with Microsoft DirectX graphics technology and therefore of OpenGL software should expect to have some issues with the Asus video3D device virtual utility software. However it has not yet received Microsofts digital signature that certifies it compatibility with Win2K/XP it claims to support. It is also common for anyone with Asus Video3D device to deal with system stability issues anytime they update with wrong Video3D Device drivers. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Asus Video3D Device errors before installing any driver updates.