X10 VGA Video Sender (ACPI-compliant)

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Targa
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 1000 KB  
Operating System: Windows 98,ME, 2000, NT,XP, Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 3.0.0.187 / 28 Jun 2005

Windows device driver information for X10 VGA Video Sender (ACPI-compliant)

It's a gadget used for transmitting household video signals from a space to the other for example from a room to the other. A good demonstration is transmitting the signal of a satellite television from the sitting room to the kitchen. Sky, DVD, NTL, Virgin, Freeview amongst others can be transmitted from a room to another. It has the capacity to send the remote signal to the other room meaning that the second user can not only look at the TV but they can also change the channel. It is thus a convenient gadget to be used in a domestic setting where there are multiple rooms with different television sets. The user can also watch a movie from their laptop or personal computer to their television set. The user can have multiple receivers for as long as they are not at a distance that is so far away that the signals wont be received.

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It also includes a course of return to accommodate remote controls of infrared nature to manage the apparatus being sent. It requires either composite video or SCART. The sender of the video is normally analogue and vulnerable to obstruction for other domestic appliances that happen to be wireless such as phones that are battery-operated. In order to minimize this the 5.8GHz frequency is used though it is not normally preferred by video sender manufacturers. This video sender is also superior because it can accommodate parental controls and many inputs. It's a Local Area Network driver that supports systems that are 32 bit. It alters the normal installation in order for the notebook not to be woken slightly from the LAN by changing it to the “Off” option from the wake from shutdown option. The new video sender comes with hardware so the user does not have to incur extra expenses. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and X10 VGA Video Sender (ACPI-compliant) errors before installing any driver updates.