MosChip Bridge

Category: System and Controller
Manufacturer: MosChip Technology
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 925.2 KB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.0.0.6 / 18 Dec 2006

Windows device driver information for MosChip Bridge

The MosChip Bridge is a type of interface on a computer system that allows the connection of parallel printers, UARTs, Ethernet, PCI, and USB type components. The device driver provides the necessary communication infrastructure that will allow any device connected to this interface to talk with the host operating system platform. Similar to a physical bridge, it provides the link that will allow data to travel from the source to its destination and back if necessary. In a computer system the most common interfaces are the PCI and the PCI Express. These types of connectors provide the necessary link between the microprocessor and the hosted hardware component. Many different expansion cards are placed in the PCI slot on the computer motherboard while the PCI Express slot is normally used for video processing units. The MosChip Bridge and its associated device driver makes it possible to send instructions to the hardware components on these slots and also receive notifications on the status of the sent command.

Outdated Drivers?

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

Another type of connectivity that can be supported by the MosChip Bridge is the Universal Serial Bus interface port. This particular communication port maintains a constant presence in majority of newer computer systems. It is likewise supported by the Plug and Play functionality of more current operating system environments. The bridging solutions delivered by the device driver of the MosChip Bridge allows the host computer system not only to communicate with older technologies on this particular interface port but also with newer devices. The legacy devices that are plugged into the Universal Serial Bus interface port are covered by the backward compatibility technology but will operate at a relatively slower speed compared to current technologies. With the Universal Serial Bus interface port becoming more of a standard in every computing environment the MosChip Bridge and its associated device driver will ensure that the next generation of devices will continue to be supported. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and MosChip Bridge errors before installing any driver updates.