Manufacturer: Toshiba America Business Solutions, Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 647.46 KB
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 220.127.116.1144 / 09 Jan 2003
The device driver is used to support the deployment of a Pocket PC mobile device which is also more commonly referred to as Windows Mobile Classic. The supported hardware component is a type of handheld size computer system which executes with its own underlying operating system environment. Personal digital assistant hardware components may also fall under this category. The Generic PPC StrongARM supports the feature sets which are similar to those found in desktop computer systems. The hardware component also allows for the execution of various software applications which may be categorized as either free or commercial. Depending on the manufacturer, the device driver may also support the other built-in feature sets of the hardware like those found in mobile phones, cameras, Global Positioning System receivers, RFID readers, and barcode readers among others. All of these feature sets are inherently activated but are made accessible to the host computer system by the manufacturer provided device driver.
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
Essentially hardware components which do not have mobile phone functionalities are not considered as Pocket PCs. The StrongARM actually represents the microprocessor family that is responsible for making the Pocket PC device operational and functional. The device driver for the Generic PPC StrongARM supports the ARM V4 instruction set architecture which forms the foundation for the processing of information. This particular hardware component is the result of the collaboration of ARM and DEC which is intended to create faster processors for mobile devices. This particular mobile hardware component normally connects to a host computer system using the Universal Serial Bus interface port. In some instances the supported hardware component may Bluetooth functionality which allows the wireless connection to the host machine. When connected with the correct device driver a communication layer is activated between the connected hardware components to allow for the exchange of data. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Generic PPC StrongARM errors before installing any driver updates.