Bluetooth SD Card3 from TOSHIBA

Category: Bluetooth
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 5 MB
Operating System: Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 7.10.024 / 11 Apr 2005

Windows device driver information for Bluetooth SD Card3 from TOSHIBA

The Bluetooth SD Card3 from Toshiba is a cost effective and compact solution for wirelessly communicating with users’ PDAs (personal digital assistants), notebook computers, or mobile phones. This SDIO (Secure Digital Input/Output) card with incorporated antenna is a small form factor that can be used with a notebook or Pocket PC. It is capable of wireless data exchange in a 10 meter range. It has support for the Bluetooth 1.2 specification, and Toshiba laptop computers and personal digital assistants outfitted with a SD slot with support for SDIO. The Bluetooth SD Card3 from Toshiba supports the Toshiba product lines Tecra, Satellite, Portege and Pocket PC. This device is in full compliance with the EMC and Safety standards IC, DGT, R&TTE;, FCC and TELEC. This card is compatible and based on the SD (secure digital) memory card. This compatibility includes software, signaling, power, electrical and mechanical.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

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The Bluetooth SD Card3 from Toshiba was created to deliver hi-speed data input and output while consuming low power amounts for electronic mobile devices. The main goal is for a SDIO card to be inserted into a host that is non-SDIO aware without the host or the host’s software suffering disruption or any kind of damage. However, once inserted into a host that is SDIO aware, the card’s detection will proceed through the typical process defined in the SDIO specification but with several extensions. In this scenario, the Bluetooth SD Card3 from Toshiba is idle and will only consume low power amounts. During the typical interrogation and initialization of the device by the host, the device will identify itself as an SDIO card device. The host software will then acquire the information pertaining to the card in a linked list (tuple) format and verify if the SDIO card’s functions can be activated. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Bluetooth SD Card3 from TOSHIBA errors before installing any driver updates.