DAYTEK DT-1536D

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Daytek Electronics Corp.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 84.5 KB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 4 / 16 Mar 2000

Windows device driver information for DAYTEK DT-1536D

The DAYTEK DT-1536D is a computer display monitor that is designed to provide the computer user with solutions to properly rendering processed information. These types of computer hardware components previously required the installation of a device driver in order to properly operate. With the introduction of generic device drivers in newer operating system platforms, the computer display monitor has become one of the devices that are supported by the Plug and Play functionality. This means that once the computer display monitor is attached to the host computer system, the underlying operating system environment automatically detects its presence and assigns the generic device driver to it. This is the reason why most computer display monitors are identified by the host machine as a Standard or Generic Plug and Play Monitor. If the DAYTEK DT-1536D for example is correctly identified in the control panel applet of the operating system, this means that the correct device driver has been installed.

Outdated Drivers?

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

Aside from the make, manufacturer, and model not being correctly identified, there are a number of possible scenarios that may occur when the correct device driver is not installed. For one, the computer user may not be able to completely benefit from the 1024 by 768 maximum display resolution capability supported by the DAYTEK DT-1536D device. The computer user automatically benefits though from the 0.28 mm dot pitch setting for its 15-inch display screen. This computer display monitor operates from 30 to 54 kHz for horizontal frequency and anywhere from 40 to 120 kHz for its vertical frequency. Only the correct device driver contains enough information that will allow the other components of the display subsystem to determine which frequency should be used. Essentially this computer display monitor is designed for optimum performance at 65 MHz bandwidth. These data come into consideration when the computer user attempts to reconfigure the different display properties of the computer monitor. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and DAYTEK DT-1536D errors before installing any driver updates.