EPSON USB Mass Storage Driver

Category: Not classified
Manufacturer: Epson
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 5.34Mb
Operating System: Windows NT 4, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: Version: 5.1.2600.0 / 05 Dec 2008

Windows device driver information for EPSON USB Mass Storage Driver

The EPSON USB Mass Storage Driver is a program that lets hardware peripheral, like a printer, to communicate with a computer. It simplifies programming by acting as an abstraction layer between the applications and a hardware device that makes use of it. The higher-level application code can be written separately of whatever precise hardware device it will generally control, as it can border with it in a standard manner, regardless of the underlying hardware. In computing, this software driver is a computer program that allows higher-level computer programs to interact with a hardware device. It is necessary to download the driver so that the user will be able to use his or her Mass Storage Device. A Mass Storage Device or better known as the USB or Universal Serial Bus is a set of computing communicating protocols defined by the USB Implementers Forum that run on the Universal Serial Bus. The standard supplies an interface to a set of storage devices.

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The EPSON USB Mass Storage Driver can be divided into logical and physical layers progression data for a set of devices such as disk drives and Ethernet ports. Physical layers converse with certain device instances. Say for example, a serial port needs to have standard communication protocols such as ON/ OFF that are regular for a serial port hardware. This would be handled by a serial port logical layer. However, the logical layer has to interact with an exact serial port chip. The physical layer orders these chips-specific variations. Generally, OS orders go to the logical layer first. In return, the logical layers call upon the physical layer to apply Operating Systems favor in terms explicable by the hardware. On the other hand, when a hardware device needs to reply to the Operating System, it makes use of the physical layer to communicate with the logical layer. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and EPSON USB Mass Storage Driver errors before installing any driver updates.