Category: USB
Manufacturer: QPS Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.7 MB
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.0.2174.1 / 12 Mar 2000

Windows device driver information for IDE-to-USB2.0 PCA

The IDE-to-USB2.0 PCA is basically an interface or a type of bridge device that allows the computer user to convert the Integrated Drive Electronics connector of a particular hardware component to its corresponding Universal Serial Bus interface. The Universal Serial Bus component of this communication device adheres to the standard of the version 2.0 which is considerably faster than its predecessor. In this context the device driver for the IDE-to-USB2.0 PCA supports components that satisfy the Integrated Drive Electronics and the Universal Serial Bus specifications. Basically an Integrated Device Electronics hardware component is based on the Industry Standard Architecture which makes use of a standard 16-bit bus for its associated data paths. This computer interface specification has also evolved to allows the implementation of Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics which allows for faster data access while retaining its use of electronic interface between the host computer system's motherboard and the attached device.

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The Universal Serial Bus interface is another form of input and output bus protocol which is capable of hosting faster data transfer speeds. It is also designed to host a wider variety of external peripherals that can be attached to a host computer system. This type of connection interface is intended to overcome typical bottlenecks in data exchange processes. By supporting this industry standard the device driver for the IDE-to-USB2.0 PCA is capable of delivering raw data speeds that can reach 480 megabits per second. The implementation of this hardware component allows for older devices using the Integrated Device Electronics standards to take advantage of the faster data rate that can be achieved via the Universal Serial Bus version 2.0 interface. The IDE-to-USB2.0 PCA also supports the current trend in the computer industry wherein majority of external hardware components are designed to connect to this communication interface port. The device driver is likewise responsible for supporting the prevailing communication infrastructure which makes it possible to transmit data among connected devices. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and IDE-to-USB2.0 PCA errors before installing any driver updates.