Windows® Vista® Drivers in Samsung® X360
Get to know more about different drivers for Samsung X360 for Windows Vista
Samsung X360 is LED backlit, has long battery life and more storage capacity. It has latest Intel Centrino 2 processor technology. Samsung X360 delivers maximum system performance, longest battery life and the best mobile wireless LAN technology available today. The CPU is built with Intel Core Duo. There is plenty of room for all of your applications with 120 GB traditional hard disk drive (HDD) storage. The Genuine Windows Vista Business is the OS used. 3GB DDR3 1066 MHz is the standard system memory and a maximum of 4 GB. 120GB HDD 1.8 5400 RPM is the hard drive used. Samsung X360 is delivered with the pre-installed 32-Bit Windows Vista Home Premium. Fortunately, Samsung provides the device drivers and also the software for Windows XP.
The following are different drivers for Samsung X360 for Windows Vista:
- Chipset Driver
- LAN Card Driver
- Sound Card Driver
The chipset driver is essential because much of the hardware built into your motherboard depends on the chipset to make it go. Until proper chipset drivers are installed the USB system frequently will not function. The performance of your IDE or SATA bus will improve by installing the proper chipset drivers, improving data transfer speeds. They also have a great deal of influence over your systems power saving the features. The drivers, which are improper, could cause system to hang on entering or the exiting hibernation or the sleep mode.
LAN Card Driver
Samsung X360 has a LAN driver, or a network card driver that enables the operating system to communicate with the network card and transmit and receive packets of the information across the network or LAN. The driver provides a bridge between the operating system and the network card and is kind of layering provides a scalable architecture, where a single operating system could work with many network cards and vice-versa.
Samsung X360 has a a sound card and an Integrated circuit that generates an audio signal and sends it to a computer's speakers. It could accept an analog sound and convert it to digital data that could be stored in an audio file, or accept digitized audio signals and it convert them to analog signals that could be played on the computer's speakers. The sound card will be in a separate circuit board and it is plugged into the motherboard.