Category: System and Controller
Manufacturer: Lenovo (IBM Corporation)
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 17.1 MB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.0.2177.1 / 08 Nov 1999
ThinkPad is a type of portable computer system that was introduced into the market during the early part of 2005 to respond to the mobile computing needs of users. In these types of computer systems and even in desktops, a Digital Signal Processing unit is incorporated into the circuitry as a type of specialized microprocessor chip. This specialized chip is responsible for carrying out ultra fast processing of variable information almost in a redundant manner. The device driver for the ThinkPad Digital Signal Processor allows the mobile computer system to activate the functionality of the hardware to invoke its algorithms. The algorithms that are commonly applied by the Digital Signal Processing unit is involved in the computation of numerous and large mathematical operations that are repeatedly performed on a specific set of information. The information is retrieved by the system from the audio and video sensors that are part of the computer architecture.
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
Essentially in every computer system information is constantly converted from analog to its digital form. The digital form allows the computer user to manipulate the information with the use of different software applications depending on the type of information. Once the data manipulation has been completed the information reverts back to its analog format. Normally the device driver of the ThinkPad Digital Signal Processor implements some form of time constraint on the operation and defers it for batch processing at a later time if it cannot be completed within a designated period. In a digital processing system that is supported by the device driver normally the analog signal will be passed to the analog to digital conversion unit. From this point it is received by the Digital Signal Processing unit and passed to the digital to analog conversion unit which is then responsible for passing on the final analog data. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ThinkPad Digital Signal Processor errors before installing any driver updates.