Category: Storage and Hard Drives
Manufacturer: Shineways Electronic Company
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: Not Stated
Operating System: Windows 95/98/2000/2003/ME/NT/XP/Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: Not Stated / Not Stated
Flash Disk is defined as an easy to install device. A flash disk does not require any physical drivers. Users are simply required to just hot plug the device in order to play it. Flash disk comes with a switch that is used for purposes of write protection. A flash disk comes in various storage capacities. 32M is the smallest storage capacity while 512M is the largest. Other storage capacities include 128M, 64M and 256M. Flash disk is compliant with 1.1 as well as 2.0 USB. One major advantage that the flash disk has over other storage devices has to do with the fact that it has a high access and reliability rate. Compared to another storage device as the floppy disk, a flash disk is regarded to be 20 times faster. Accordingly, the device is a choice storage device with most users.
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
What is interesting about the flash disk is that it also comes in small dimensions. In addition, it is light in weight and convenient to carry around. More over, the flash disk is anti shock and moisture proof. It supports password access making it possible for users to restrict access to their personal information. Furthermore, the disk supports multi partition plus BIOS booting, either as USB ‚Äì HDD or USB ‚Äì ZIP. One factor that separates the flash disk from other storage devices has to do with the fact that it does not require any drivers for all Windows operating systems. The flash disk comes with an erase cycle. Flash disks have numerous uses. The most common use is the storage and transportation of such personal files as documents, videos and pictures. It is also used for storing data, software and application files. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Flash Disk errors before installing any driver updates.