Dell Pseudo Device

Category: Other
Manufacturer: Dell
Caution Level: Medium
Download File Size: 5.7 MB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows NT
Latest Version / Release Date: / 4/21/06

Windows device driver information for Dell Pseudo Device

The Dell Pseudo Device Driver is a component of the kernel that poses as a device driver. However, this device driver is not dedicated or does not especially correspond to a particular hardware in the computer system. This pseudo device driver is capable of adding enhanced functions to real devices, or providing interfaces that are device-like to other subsystems. Pseudo devices come in 2 types, the logical pseudo devices and the true pseudo devices. Logical pseudo devices attach themselves as children to real parent devices while in the autoconfiguration phase of the kernel. On the other hand, the true pseudo devices are configured in the configuration file of the kernel. The Dell Pseudo Device Driver is capable providing a wide array of functions that the operating system will be handling.

Outdated Drivers?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

The maker of the Dell Pseudo Device is Dell. The Dell computer company does business with all Fortune 100 companies. This company holds the No. 1 PC supplier title for small to medium sized enterprises in the US for over 10 years now and they ship approximately 140,000 PC systems daily (average). The company also ranks no. 33 on the Fortune 500 list and has one of the most well-known and leading brands globally. The Dell Company was the first to deliver the DisplayPort technology on a monitor that is available commercially. This technology has since been accepted as an industry standard. They were likewise the first major PC Company to factory install the Red Hat Linux on systems in the corporate scale. The ten biggest companies, fourteen of the world’s leading supercomputers, six leading ISP (Internet Service Providers) and five United States banks all use Dell systems. Nine of this company’s facilities in Europe and US are 100% green energy powered. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Dell Pseudo Device errors before installing any driver updates.