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Operating System: Windows NT/2000/XP/2003
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BIP Initiator is a Bluetooth device. It is compatible with Windows NT, 2000, XP and 2003 platforms. The acronym BIP stands for Basic Imaging Profile. The BIP Initiator device is used for purposes of defining exactly how to remotely control imaging devices. In addition, it is also used to define how imaging devices can prints as well as how they may effectively transfer images onto storage devices. What is most unique about the BIP Initiator is the fact that it comes with the ability to not only resize but also convert images thereby making them more suitable for the receiving devices. The BIP Initiator prompts the Basic Imaging feature on devices allowing them to work together to browse, send and receive images. There are numerous devices that use the BIP Initiator. They include digital cameras, printers, PDA, mobile phones and PCs.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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With the BIP Initiator, users are able to use their mobile phones for purposes of browsing and retrieving images safely stored on their PCs and digital cameras. The device makes it possible for the computer to download images automatically whenever a digital camera is in the vicinity. In order to use the functions and features of the BIP Initiator better and more efficiently, users are advised to install only appropriate and most recent drivers. They are also advised to update their drivers as often as possible. Users are advised against using old drivers as they result in device conflicts and errors. Users are advised to download BIP Initiator drivers from the manufacturer's website. Manufacturers provide drivers as freeware which means users do not incur any downloading costs. It is important to install an anti virus when downloading driver files from the internet. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and BIP Initiator errors before installing any driver updates.