PCMCIA Card Services

Category: Monitor and video cards
Manufacturer: Linux
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 1.19 MB
Operating System: Windows {All}
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / 18 Mar 2002

Windows device driver information for PCMCIA Card Services

The PCMCIA Card Services comes with a complete set of kernel modules which are loadable which implement the PCMCIA 2.1 card. It has a feature that operates in such a way that cards can be inserted and removed at any time. It defines resources available for card services and gives instructions on how to initialize and load the device drivers. It also describes specific PCMCIA cards. It is compatible with modem cards, serials and Ethernet cards. It works well with adapters of the SCSI series, FLASH memory cards and ATA devices. It can run on laptops since its PCMCIA controllers are supported. It uses a two layer interface that includes socket services and card services. These cards are either used to include, exclude or reserve modems, hard disks, random access memories {RAM} and network adapters without having to open the computers

Outdated Drivers?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

To install the PCMCIA Card Services Drivers, the user downloads the driver from the given site and saves it in the computer, then unzips it. The driver is then connected to the computer and the user right clicks on My Computer, then on properties. The user goes to hardware and then clicks on the device manager button. The next step is finding the driver under the categories given, one being card drivers. The user double clicks on the device and presses the reinstall driver button. He then selects install from the specified location and clicks on browse to select the PCMCIA card driver. He should then click on the next button to continue and the finish button to complete the installation. When the procedure is completed, the PCMCIA Card Driver will be visible under the card category inside the device manager. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and PCMCIA Card Services errors before installing any driver updates.