Standard Display Adapter (VGA)

Category: Videos
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Caution Level: safe
Download File Size: Not available
Operating System: Windows NT/XP/200/98
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.2.3790.0 / September 30 2002

Windows device driver information for Standard Display Adapter (VGA)

The Standard Display Adapter (VGA) is an adapter which supports Windows operating systems. It has a maximum resolution of 1280 by 1024 at 60 Hz 32-bit and a minimum resolution of 1024 by 786 at 60, 75, 85 Hz 32-bit. The driver has a high performance DDR Memory and uses a virtual driver. In addition, the Standard Display Adapter (VGA) works with LCD and CRT which are projector displays. This particular driver can easily be rotated on all sides that is right, left and up side down as well and is also able to extend on all sides too. The driver has the ability to mirror the main display. The Standard Display adapter (VGA) is portable and is good for purposes of traveling. The driver is further powered by USB version 2.0 and as such the power is Ultra Low.

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The Standard Display Adapter (VGA) is a video driver and it allows the user to connect his or her DVI which is Mac equipped to either an LCD, a projector or an external monitor. These devices have to be those that use a VGA cable or VGA connector. The VGA adapter is thus plugged into the Mac devices. The standard Display Adapter (VGA) has been designed in that users can have the ability to connect further with iMac, eMac, PowerBook G4 which is a 12 inch TFT display, a flat panel as well as iBook and this last one is especially in monitors and projectors alike. These monitors and projectors should be VGA equipped to allow for 24-bit video-mirroring of the user’s computer primary display. It converts a specific mini port to a standard VGA port. The device supports Mac as well as PC platforms. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Standard Display Adapter (VGA) errors before installing any driver updates.