Manufacturer: TOSHIBA Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 29,394 KB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.0.1423.0 / 01 Dec 2007
The device driver of the CSR Casira with BlueCore4-Multimedia Module provides the host computer system with wireless functionality allowing it to take advantage of wireless access points. It also provides the underlying operating system platform with the necessary information to correctly identify and activate the various feature sets of the Bluetooth enabled hardware component. In this context the device driver supports the implementation of wireless data exchange over short distances with mobile devices and fixed systems that share the same protocol. The device driver for the CSR Casira with BlueCore4-Multimedia Module also supports the deployment of a Personal Area Network which allows for the wireless communication with devices that are physically located near the host computer system. The devices connected may not belong to the owner of the computer system but has provided the computer user with the necessary privileges to initiate the connection and access the remote contents.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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Since the CSR Casira with BlueCore4-Multimedia Module and its associated device driver supports the Bluetooth technology it is known to implement a Wireless Personal Area Network. Just like in any type of network connections the device driver makes sure that only authorized users gain access to the network resources. This is done by the implementation of security protocols that are supported by both the hardware component and the operating system. The device driver also supports the various network protocols associated with wireless connections. The deployment of the CSR Casira with BlueCore4-Multimedia Module emphasizes the mobility and flexibility when it comes to computing networks and interconnections. The Bluetooth technology which is supported by the device driver of this hardware component was originally conceived as an alternative to the commonly used RS232 cable connections at the time. The wireless connectivity implemented by the device driver is also susceptible to various environmental noises which can affect the quality of the connection. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CSR Casira with BlueCore4-Multimedia Module errors before installing any driver updates.