Category: Network & Modems
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 1.81MB
Operating System: Windows 98/2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 27 Oct 2003 / 27 Oct 2003
Computers are designed to be able to work with other devices in a case where the computer can not do it on it's own. There are several functions that the computer will need some upgrading in order to operate properly. The upgrading of the computer can be in form of replacing existing software with a new version of it or in some cases the upgrading can be in form of connecting the computer to a new hardware device. The hardware devices must come with their own drivers that are supposed to be installed in the computer before connecting the device. One of the functions that will need the acquiring of a new hardware is connecting to the internet. The modem that is supposed to be acquired to achieve this is known as a modem. A modem is used to changes an analog signal to a digital signal and vice versa.
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
This process is very important in communication since not all communication signals are digital. D-Link ADSL USB is one of the modems and it comes with it's own specific software or drivers. This is an external modem and it connects to the main computer through USB ports which are plug and play. This modem provides users with high speed internet access as well as remote connection to an office LAN (local area network). The download speeds of the internet are up to 8 Mbps for users using G.dmt and 1.5 Mbps for users that are using G.lite. D-Link ADSL USB modem is USB-bus powered and it does not have power supply. The drivers for this modem are available on the internet for free and the installation process is quite easy to complete. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and D-Link ADSL USB Driver errors before installing any driver updates.