DAVICOM PCI HomeRun Adapter

Category: Not classified
Manufacturer: Davicom Semiconductor
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 27.0Kb
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: / 29 Oct 2002

Windows device driver information for DAVICOM PCI HomeRun Adapter

The DAVICOM PCI HomeRun Adapter is created and manufactured by Davicom Semiconductor. PCI means Peripheral Component Interconnect which is a computer bus utilized for connecting peripheral devices to the motherboard of the computer. It is the well known local I/O bus used presently. It generates a shared data path between the peripheral controllers in all computer models from the mainframes to the laptops. It was initially developed by the Intel Corporation. The initial PCI were found in computer in 1993 and co-existed with the ISA bus for a lot of years. Afterwards, it replaced the ISA and VESA local bus and became the standard expansion bus utilized in personal computers. Presently, the majority of computers contain only PCI slots and a single AGP slot for a display adapter. It backs up both 64-bit and 32-bit data paths and can operate at clock speeds of 33 MHz or 66 MHz.

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The DAVICOM PCI HomeRun Adapter has the ability to back up bus mastering. Its specification includes the physical size of the bus which includes wire spacing, electrical characteristics, wire spacing and protocols. It is a plug and play device which signifies that they automatically load if the users connect them. In general, the system firmware examines every PCI configuration space of the PCI and distributes the resources consequently. A device can ask for up to six areas of I/O port space or memory space. Every device can also have an extra ROM which can include accessible x86 or PA-RISC code, Open firmware or and EFI driver. While setting the PCI, interruptions are typically allocated to the device by the firmware rather than utilizing jumpers on the card. System programs attempts to designate the specific interruptions to every device to enhance their performance. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and DAVICOM PCI HomeRun Adapter errors before installing any driver updates.