Category: Storage and Hard Drive
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Electronics
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 758.6 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.1.0 / 06 Jun 2001

Windows device driver information for Carte Flash MITSUBISHI ATA

The Carte Flash MITSUBISHI ATA is designed to provide the host computer system with large memory capacities embedded within a casing that is no bigger than a conventional credit card. The device driver supports the use of an 8- or 16-bit data bus that allows for the smooth flow of data to and from the source. Normally these types of hardware components are deployed in various capacities that range from 7.5 MB to as high as 105 MB. Since this hardware component conforms to the JEIDA/PCMCIA standards, its device driver must also support the corresponding protocols that are required to implement these technologies. When used in default mode the device driver allows the supported hardware component to operate in PC Card compliant sockets. This means that it not only conforms to the JEIDA 4.2 and PCMCIA 2.1 but the PC Card standard as well.

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During the deployment process of this hardware component the OE# signal may be assigned a low level value by the host computer system. This is normally observed during the power on cycle mode of the device. The device driver also allows the Carte Flash MITSUBISHI ATA to make use of the IDE ATA interface of the host computer system. In this instance the ATA command sets of the underlying operating system environment can be used to make sure that it can operate in generic mode if necessary. During this phase this hardware component is not covered by any type of software driver but maintains its operability. Its functionality however may not be as effective. The device driver supports the various features of the 68-pin PC Card standard. This complies with the Type I PC Card specifications that operates in either 3.3 or 5 volts. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Carte Flash MITSUBISHI ATA errors before installing any driver updates.