Toshiba DVD (PCI) Decoder Board

Category: System and controllers
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 1296355
Operating System: Windows 98, NT, 2000, XP, 2003 and ME
Latest Version / Release Date: Not Indicated / 2005

Windows device driver information for Toshiba DVD (PCI) Decoder Board

The Toshiba DVD (PCI) Decoder Board is a multimedia device that has a built-in DVD decoder board. The device is capable of playing back DVD movie through the network docker. In addition to the standard drivers that enable the DVD (PCI) decoder board to function well in various systems, one needs to install the Network Dock drivers to enable DVD playback. In most systems, the DVD decoder board is fixed on the system board. To enable DVD playback however the drivers for the DVD player and decoder are vital. Upon start up, the system detects the DVD decoder board as a multimedia device in the PCI category. Without the appropriate devices, the system usually registers the decoder as an unknown PCI device on the device manager. One of the effective ways of installing the device driver is by clicking on the “install /update driver'.

Outdated Drivers?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

Once the Toshiba DVD (PCI) Decoder Board has been enabled for use through driver installation, the user can enjoy DVD image qualities just as good as those experienced from the Standalone DVD player made by Toshiba. When connected to a projection TV, the decoder board, which is compliant with DVD formats, enables the users to enjoy great DVD movies in whatever screen size he or she prefers. Decoding using the device is dramatic and responsive, while its TV features allows the user to play back movies. Since the device is not dependent on the ATI graphic card, it requires a VGA port on both the monitor and the card. According to the manufacturer, the decoder board allows users to play video, which have been compressed under the MPEG2 format. In addition, the board can play a wide range of video segments and DVD titles. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Toshiba DVD (PCI) Decoder Board errors before installing any driver updates.