Manufacturer: Samsung Techwin
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 929.65 KB
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: V5 / 3/24/04
The Kenox V5 V500 USB MSD is a USB mass storage device. The driver for this device makes certain that an operating system will recognize the presence of its supported device once it has been connected to it. A USB mass storage device or USB MSD is an electronic hardware that is capable of storing information. It also supports the USB standard for sending and receiving information across a USB interface. The sent information may be anything that is electronically stored such as source codes, executable programs, images, audio, documents, database entries, spreadsheet numbers, configuration data, data logger output or other numeric or text data. The Kenox V5 V500 USB MSD device is capable of storing information in files and the particular file system will be the one responsible for determining how stored files will be handled in the device.
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
All USB mass storage devices such as the Kenox V5 V500 USB MSD have to support 2 interfaces. One is the interface for the USB device to allow it to interact with the computer system or some other USB host. The second interface being the interface between the USB storage device and its microcontroller or other central processing unit. Hard drives usually utilize the interface ATA parallel. While flash memory cards utilize the SPI or Serial Peripheral Interface, SD-Card bus, MultimediaCard Bus or other buses originated from the PC Card bus or ATA interface. USB mass storage devices like the Kenox V5 V500 USB MSD should likewise implement various structures and protocols. These protocols include the protocol for the USB Mass Storage, the protocol for the Generic USB, the Media Specific protocol and the SCSI (Small Computer Systems Interface) commands structure. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and KENOX V5 V500 USB MSD errors before installing any driver updates.