Category: USB
Manufacturer: Belkin International Inc
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 60.48 Kbytes
Operating System: Windows XP; Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.00.0009.0 / 18 Jun 2002

Windows device driver information for USB Hub

The USB Flash Drive 2.0 device is made of a NAND version of flash memory that is integrated with a USB interface. Most USB Flash Drive 2.0 devices are characteristically detachable and rewritable storage media. The device is much smaller as compared to a floppy disk and has very low weight of about 30 g. Current models of USB Flash Drive 2.0 devices have a memory capacity ranging from as low as 64 MB to as large as 16 GB. Most flash drives support more than one million data erasures and have a data retention capacity of about 10 years. As opposed to other storage devices, the USB Flash Drive 2.0 device is highly versatile in that it does not require additional hardware such as CD-ROMs and floppy drives, which take a considerable amount of the computer system unit's 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Outdated Drivers?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 Belkin Network USB Hub is a must have for any multi user operation as it provides a simple way for multiple users to share USB devices wirelessly. Further it is easy to set up and use and is able to wirelessly network multiple devices simultaneously while offering a generous support package. Users are advised to download and install the latest version of the USB hub drivers as it better helps users enjoy and experience the functions of the High Speed USB Hub. Older driver editions have been known to create system errors and impeded the work of the device. Further one should try and update their USB drivers once monthly or more often if at all possible. Users should also be sure to select the correct driver for their High Speed USB 2.0 Hub and allow for their operating systems to create a backup file for each time they update their drivers. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and USB Hub errors before installing any driver updates.