IBM 2235 C50

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: International Business Machines
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 62.3 KB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Server, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 6.13.1.3190 / 06 Jun 2001

Windows device driver information for IBM 2235 C50

Device drivers for basically any type of computer hardware components function as both identification and layout files which attempts to describe to the host computer system the product ID, hardware class, and vendor of the attached device. As a layout file it partly instructs the underlying operating system environment with the necessary information to take advantage of the feature sets built into the supported hardware component. The IBM 2235 C50 is a 15-inch computer display monitor that connects to the graphics processing adapter using a conventional D-sub 15-pin cable. It accepts analog video signals from the video card which represents the processed data of the host computer system. The graphics processing card is partially responsible for determining the quality of the textual and graphical image on the computer screen. The device driver makes sure that all commands sent by the graphics card can be adequately interpreted by the supported device to minimize the instances of display errors.

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Built to support the Super Visual Graphics Array video mode that is used to normally define a resolution standard of 800 by 600 pixels. This video mode is the result of the efforts to bring about a cross platform implementation for graphics display. This means that the IBM 2235 C50 can be attached to practically any computer system with a compatible video connector port. The video mode also supported a 4-bit pixel display standard for its native resolution. This means that the device driver supports the execution of 4-bits for every pixel displayed or one pixel supporting 16 colors. In terms of display properties this is commonly referred to as the color depth of the computer monitor. This means that the IBM 2235 C50 and its associated device driver allows the computer user to set a native resolution of 800 by 600 pixels using a 16-bit color depth. Generally for SVGA based display monitors the color depth is usually effected using voltage. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and IBM 2235 C50 errors before installing any driver updates.