DSC Composite USB Device

Category: USB
Manufacturer: Microtek International Inc
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.48 MiB
Operating System: Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP, NT and ME
Release Date: 2001

Windows device driver information for DSC Composite USB Device

The DSC Composite USB device driver is manufactured for use with digital Cameras under Windows 95, windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows NT. The camera driver allows the user not only to share photos online, but also to print directly through printers connected to the host machine. The driver supports communication between the camera and the host by informing the operating system installed on the host computer about the abilities and the functions of the camera. As such, the computer is able to implement any digital functions implemented by the user through computer peripherals. The camera is further enabled with an USB interface, which ensures that transfers speeds between the camera and the host computer is fast, efficient and reliable. The driver is usually provided by the manufacturer on an installation CD, but can also be downloaded from the official manufacturer website.

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The DSC Composite USB Device is downloaded as an executable file or a zipped folder from the manufacturer website. The file size is 1.48 megabytes and the user needs to confirm that he has enough hard disk space before downloading the driver. In addition to supporting the DSC Composite device camera, the driver cam also be used on the Video camera series, the USB mass storage device, the YUSB camcorder series, the camcorder composite device (USB). More to this, the driver can also be used on the following camera Take-it series: DV, DSC, DSC camera device, video camera device and composite device (USB). Users may experience slowed functions if the driver is corrupt or attacked by a virus. One can prevent this by installing a dependable anti-virus in the computer and by updating the drivers by downloading driver updates from the official manufacturer website. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and DSC Composite USB Device errors before installing any driver updates.