Bus Computer Systems Bus_VGA

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Aamazing Technologies, Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 987.9 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 10.1 / 20 Jul 2000

Windows device driver information for Bus Computer Systems Bus_VGA

A bus in computing architecture actually refers to a specific subsystem that is used for the transfer of data between the built-in components or those externally attached to the host computer system. It may also refer to a physical connection that allows for the exchange of data between interconnected computer systems like those in a network environment. Generally the term is used to describe any type of physical arrangement that will allow for the deployment of logical functionality within a computer system or a computing environment. In modern computing systems the bus can function either as a parallel- or bit-serial connection. It may cover daisy chain topologies or those functioning as a switch hub like in Universal Serial Bus interfaces. The device driver of the Bus Computer Systems Bus_VGA specifically supports the connections to the computer display monitor based on the data highway used to deliver the instructions from other display subsystem components.

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Essentially the display bus for the Video Graphics Adapter describes the physical interface between the host computer system and its corresponding computer display monitor. Normally this would be confined with desktop computer system architectures. However, with the introduction of video out components in mobile computing systems the Bus Computer Systems Bus_VGA and its corresponding device driver may also reference this type of connection. For all intents and purposes this may also cover the implementation of multiple display monitor architectures. Of course the deployment of the multiple monitor architecture requires not only the support of the graphics processing card but also that of the underlying operating system to be successfully implemented. The Video Graphics Adapter as supported by this hardware component and its associated device driver is actually a superset of newer display modes used in both Cathode Ray Tube and Liquid Crystal Display based computer monitors. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Bus Computer Systems Bus_VGA errors before installing any driver updates.