CyberVision C70

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: CyberVision
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 45.6 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 30 Sep 2000

Windows device driver information for CyberVision C70

The CyberVision C70 is a Cathode Ray Tube based computer display monitor that is capable of providing support for the display subsystem of the host computer system. It works in conjunction with the other hardware components of this subsystem by allowing its associated device driver to communicate with the device drivers of the other display subsystem elements. Once the correct device driver is properly installed into the host computer system the computer user will be able to make use of the maximum display resolution of 1111 by 833 pixels based on the manufacturer's specifications. The device driver also allows for the configuration of this hardware component's horizontal and vertical frequencies. The manufacturer allows for a 30 to 70 kHz range for the horizontal frequency. In terms of vertical frequency settings the hardware component can support anywhere from 50 to 90 kHz. The configuration of this computer display monitor can be done directly from the software interface provided by the device driver.

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The device driver of the CyberVision C70 can also allow the computer user to implement the calibration of the supported hardware component in line with the capabilities of the other output devices. When connected to the host computer system via the graphics processing card the underlying operating system environment can normally detect its presence. Once it is detected the corresponding device driver may be required from the computer user depending on the host operating system platform. The process of calibration that is implemented by the device driver is normally based on a set of color profiles that is used during the manufacturing process. This color profile is used by the device driver to provide the guidelines on how to correctly display color sets. When properly calibrated the computer user benefits in terms of being able to produce color shades that are as close as possible. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CyberVision C70 errors before installing any driver updates.