TGVFD_KLOSS

Category: USB
Manufacturer: Asound
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 13.79Mb
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, windows Xp
Latest Version / Release Date: v 1.46.57 / 31 Jul 2002

Windows device driver information for TGVFD_KLOSS

The TGVFD_KLOSS is a USB device created by Asound. This device's memory storage is based on older EPROM and EEPROM technologies. These had very restricted capacity, were very time-consuming for both reading and writing, needed complex high-voltage drive circuitry and could only be re-written after deleting the whole contents of the chip. Hardware engineers soon after created EEPROMs with the removal portion divided into tinier filed that could be deleted separately without disturbing the others. Changing the contents of a certain memory space involved initially duplicating the whole field into an off-chip buffer memory, deleting the field and then reproducing the files back into the same field. This creates the essential alteration to the important memory space.

Outdated Drivers?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

The TGVFD_KLOSS USB device uses a plug and play interface. The plug and play technology permits users to easily connect mouse devices, printers, scanners, digital cameras and a lot of other peripherals to a personal computer. Basically, the TGVFD_KLOSS USB device has storage capacity of 256 MB. A USB device is any electronic portable equipment that interfaces with a personal computer via the Universal Serial Bus port. If this gadget or device is capable in storing or saving large amounts of files, it is recognized by computer operating systems as a USB mass storage device. For instance, devices that will be understood as a USB mass storage device are the memory sticks or thumb drives, digital cameras, flash cards, MP3 players and external CD or DVD players. The initial standard, USB 1.0 functions at 1.2 Megabits per second and is still utilized for USB keyboards, mouse devices and joysticks due to their low cost requirements. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and TGVFD_KLOSS errors before installing any driver updates.