Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 3.7 MB
Operating System: Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 220.127.116.11 / 11 Nov 2003
Designed to function as a mobile storage device primarily for audio and image files, the Gateway USB Photo Jukebox can connect to a host computer system using a Universal Serial Bus interface cable. The device driver for this hardware component allows the connection to serve as the communication layer between the host computer system and the supported device. When properly installed, the device driver provides the computer user with the functionality of storing photographs and music into the supported hardware component. Stored images can be viewed from the LCD screen fitted on the device. Music playback is reproduced using the built-in speaker component which also hosts a plug-in connector for earphones. The device driver for the Gateway USB Photo Jukebox allows the contents of the device to be played back on the host computer system using the default media player of the underlying operating system environment. This is made possible by the identification of the proper codec used to store the audio files.
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 Universal Serial Bus connector of the Gateway USB Photo Jukebox can also be plugged directly into a digital camera. This allows the photographs taken with the imaging device to be stored directly into the storage driver of the hardware component. Images stored in the supported device can also be transferred into the host computer system to allow for the application of post processing effects if necessary. The device driver for the Gateway USB Photo Jukebox allows the implementation of data transfer rates that can reach up to 480 Mbps depending on the current load of the host machine. The device driver is likewise partially responsible for allowing the host operating system and its associated software applications access to the internal four gigabyte hard drive of the hardware component. Essentially when the supported device is attached to a host computer system, it functions more as an external storage component rather than a mobile multimedia player. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Gateway USB Photo Jukebox errors before installing any driver updates.