Texas Instruments PCIxx12 Integrated FlashMedia Controller

Category: System & Controllers
Manufacturer: Texas Instrument Incorporated
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 4,792,168 bytes
Operating System: Win NT 4, Win XP, Win 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: / 23 May 2006

Windows device driver information for Texas Instruments PCIxx12 Integrated FlashMedia Controller

The driver for the integrated flash media provides updates for the cards digital reader. The driver should only be used for high volume computer applications only. The PCIxx12 controllers supply voltage is about 3.3 V. The PCIxx12 controller is a dual-socket PC card reader controller. The integrated flashmedia controller is also a smart card controller that is compatible with IEEE 1394. The Texas Instruments PCIxx12 integrated flash media controller has eight terminals that are able to perform various multi-functions. These functions include implementing specific inputs and output commands. The general PCI events can be controlled and programmed using the eight multifunction terminals. The PCIxx12 controller is compliant with the PC Card Standard 8.1 specifications as well as the PC 98 and PC 2001. Another feature of the controller is the universal interface, which is compatible with the following signaling environments, 3.3 V and 5 V.

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Texas Instruments PCIx12 integrated flash media controller provides users with very high transfer of data. This is because the controller can be able to support burst transfers of up to 132 Mbps that ensures that data throughput is maximized on the CardBus as well as the PCI bus. The PCIxx12 integrated flashmedia controller card reader increases the systems sensor calibration after the computer is accessed after either the standby mode or hibernation mode. The controller has access to cable ports that allows for the monitoring of line conditions to detect any active connections. Furthermore, the PCI controller enables users conserve power saving features especially using battery applications such as power management link for PCI and the ultra low sleep power mode. To be able to work efficiently the PCI controller utilizes a technology known as low-power CMOS. Users are recommended to install the updated driver for the controller to work optimally. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Texas Instruments PCIxx12 Integrated FlashMedia Controller errors before installing any driver updates.