C-Media USB Sound Device

Category: Sound & Multimedia
Manufacturer: C-Media
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 10.1MB
Operating System: Windows 98SE / Windows ME / Windows 2000 / Windows XP
Release Date: Mar 16 2007

Windows device driver information for C-Media USB Sound Device

The USB, or Universal Serial Bus, is a standard that links a device to a host computer. The USB was created to allow connection of numerous peripherals through one standardized interface port. It also improves the capability of a device for ‘plug and play' through hot swapping (wherein, without disabling the device or restarting the system, devices may be connected). Various convenient features of the USB include lending power to low-energy devices, rendering external power supplies for said devices redundant, and allowing the use of related devices without the need for specialized device drivers. A USB scheme is of asymmetric configuration. The system comprises a host, numerous downstream ports, and various peripheral tools. A USB host may include many host controllers. Each host controller, in turn, may allow for more than a single USB port. A maximum of 127 devices (including those of the hub) may root in one host controller.

Outdated Drivers?

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

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

Hubs are the series in which USB devices are linked. One root hub always exists. This device is integrated in the parts of the host controller. ‘Sharing' hubs permit many computers admittance to the selfsame peripheral tools, and co-exist and cooperate through switching access with different PCs manually or automatically. These are typically utilized in smaller networks, such as home offices. The USB was created to replace various parallel and serial ports. The technology can bridge peripherals like digital cameras, external hard drives, flash drives, gamepads, keyboards, mice, personal digital assistants (PDAs), personal media players, printers, and scanners. USB has turned into the industry's standard connection technique for many of these peripherals. In 2008, there were approximately 2 billion USB devices sold yearly, and around 6 billion purchased to date. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and C-Media USB Sound Device errors before installing any driver updates.