Category: Storage & Hard Drives
Manufacturer: SCM Microsystems Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 67.3 KB
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 184.108.40.206 / 21 October, 2002
The PCDM BOOTFLASH software driver is responsible for extracting into the target computer system the information file required by the operating system. This information file is used by the operating system to correctly identify the hardware classification of the connected device. It is likewise used to declare the product manufacturer as well as the name of the catalog file that will be associated with the PCDM BOOTFLASH. Included in the information file installed by the software driver is the description for the device and the version of the current driver being used along with the release date. This is very important especially when dealing with device driver updates that maintains the current version but is released at a later date. This helps the operating system determine whether the driver should be updated to the latest release or not.
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
The installation of the correct software driver for the PCDM BOOTFLASH allows it to implement in connected mode or autonomous mode. While in connected mode, the PCDM BOOTFLASH can allow a computer system to boot into a secured environment to provide the user with a way of carrying out sensitive data transactions without the fear of exposing data integrity. The secured environment implements a data encryption process on both the board flash as well as the hard drive storage. System and personal passwords can also be stored securely along with user information that can be used to fill up Web-based forms. In autonomous mode, the user is provided with a facility to implement transactions like electronic payments and ticketing. It also supports logical access to various computer systems or network environments as well as physical access to computing facilities. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and PCDM BOOTFLASH errors before installing any driver updates.