AVerMedia M151 PCI Analog

Category: Sound and multimedia
Manufacturer: Avermedia
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 10.67 MB
Operating System: Win98SE, WinME, Win2000, WinXP
Latest Version / Release Date: / 03 Mar 2005

Windows device driver information for AVerMedia M151 PCI Analog

The AVerMedia M151 PCI Analog device has been discontinued because of technological advancements the device can’t adapt to. Basically, the AVerMedia M151 is a PCI card device. A PCI card is an expansion card connected to a bus. At front side, the bus runs in a 400-MHz or 800-MHz. The AVerMedia M151 PCI Analog is a new audio technology that offers users easy capturing and recording of several audio formats. AVerMedia incorporated features into their products such as the 'Wake Up Recording from Standby and Hibernate sleeping mode'. This device also uses the 'Fast Channel Switching and Scanning' technology. AVerMedia produces digital video products and solutions for a vast global market. AVerMedia also adheres to digital visual clarity, quality and effectiveness in order to give consumers the satisfaction they need. AVerMedia also offers great and notable functionalities in the various products they design and manufacture.

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The AVerMedia M151 PCI Analog device enables a user to connect a computer's processor. PCI card connectors are usually seen in computer hardware, including hard disks, sound systems, video systems and the memory. These devices can be plugged or unplugged in order to upgrade or downgrade computer hardware. Intel first introduced the very first PCI bus in the 90s. PCI is short for Peripheral Component Interconnect bus. This is a hybrid between the ISA and VL Bus. This gives a connected device admittance to system memory. The device will need a bridge to connect to the front side bus and to the CPU. This is the physical connection that is used to connect the processor to physical components in the personal computer. These components include the main memory or RAM, PCI slots and hard drives. The device and its driver are provided by AverMedia. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AVerMedia M151 PCI Analog errors before installing any driver updates.