Category: Storage and hard drives
Manufacturer: Kingston Technology Corp
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 0.86mb
Operating System: Windows
Latest Version / Release Date: Not stated / Not stated
A hard disk is part of a hard disk drive that facilitates the storage of data. It also provides quick access to large data volumes on surfaces that are electromagnetically charged. Computers usually have a hard disk for data storage. Computer users are advised to always ensure that they are using the latest device driver version so that the hard disk can function easily, better and in a more efficient manner. Using old versions can create conflicts in the work of the device and produce an error in the work of the hard disk. To ensure that one is always using the latest version of the driver, it is important to update them at least on a monthly basis or even more often if possible. When updating the device driver, it is important to create windows backup so that in case of any eventuality the data will not be lost.
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
Installing the device driver is a fairly simple process. The first step is to download the file from then save and unzip it. The user should then connect the Kingston Technology hard disk to the computer then right click on the icon for my computer and press on properties. The next step is to go to the hardware tab and click on the button for device manager. The user should then locate the device under the hdc category and double press it then click on the button for reinstalling the driver. The next step is to find the specific location and select install from it. The user should then check include the location, then press on the browse button to select the driver. Following the prompts till finish will conclude the installation of the driver and it will be displayed in hdc within the device manager. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Kingston Technology 170 MB PCMCIA hard disk errors before installing any driver updates.