Dazzle SD/MMC

Category: Multimedia Card
Manufacturer: Dazzle Multimedia
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 392Kb
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows Me, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.1 / 13 Aug 2008

Windows device driver information for Dazzle SD/MMC

The Dazzle SD/MMC is created and manufactured by Dazzle Multimedia. It is a flash memory card standard. It was introduced in 1997 by SanDisk and Siemens AG. It is a actually based on the NAND-based flash memory of Toshiba. It is therefore a lot smaller than the older systems that were based on the Intel NOR-based memory like the Compact Flash. It is approximately the size of a postage stamp which is 24 mm by 32 mm by 1.4 mm. It originally made use of a 1-bit serial interface, but newer editions of the specification enabling transfers of four or often times even eight bits at a time. MMC can be utilized in the majority of devices which back up SD cards. Generally, an MMC is utilized as a storage device for a portable device in a form that can be easily detached for access by a personal computer.

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The Dazzle SD/MMC is basically a multimedia card. It is presently available in all sizes that can reach up to 32Gb. They are utilized in almost every context in which memory cards are utilized including digital audio players, cellular phones, digital cameras and PDAs. Since the unveiling of the Secure Digital card and SDIO slot, several companies decided to build MMC slots into their devices. MMC is similar to SD features encryption capabilities for secured content to make sure of a protected distribution of copyrighted material like video, eBooks and digital music. Just like CF and SD cards, MMC are a lot more rugged than the conventional storage media. All of the three cards have an operating shock rating of 2000 Gs, in contrast to a 100 to 200 G rating for the mechanical drive of the usual portable computing device. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Dazzle SD/MMC errors before installing any driver updates.