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EOS Utility Driver Update

June 23rd, 2009 No comments

EOS Utility makes it easier for photographers, expert or not, to transfer their images from their EOS 30D to their computer. The task is made easier by giving them the option of selecting one image at a time, or selecting all images to transfer.

Another advantage of the said software is that it is also capable of integrating with other photo editing programs such as ZoomBrowser/ImageBrowser or Digital Photo Professional, for a faster and smoother flowing workload. You can even operate your camera from your personal computer, using the interface cable that comes with the unit.

Canon is responsible with such a genius idea since June 23, 2009 and the latest Version 2.6.1 works on different models as well. Not only will it provide information on your camera’s shutter counter, but also proves to be an important utility that every photographer needs with the following functions:

  • Installation and removal of the program from your computer is straightforward
  • Provides additional information such as date/time, firmware version and owner/artist/copyright strings, if any
  • You can still use your EOSUtility whether your camera is connected or not

If you want a tool that can automatically update not only your EOSUtility but other drivers as well, you can click on the link to download one of the most useful utility tools that your computer needs.

 

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Microsoft IntelliType Pro 7.0 (64-bit) Driver Update

June 9th, 2009 No comments

The keyboard is one of the vital parts of a computer. While it is also one of the most useful input devices, not everyone find some of the keys very useful. That is why they are trying to find a solution that allows them to make use of those keys.

One effective way to resolve this kind of problem is to find the correct hardware driver. While there numerous programs are available on the Internet, it is important that you should find the right driver for your hardware, especially if your computer is running on a 64-bit operating system.

Microsoft IntelliType is an input device driver that can enhance the functionality of computer keyboards. The manufacturer did not only make this software exclusively for Windows, you can also install this on a computer that runs on Mac OS X.

IntelliType supports various keyboard models, including those that come as part of the desktop sets as well as entertainment keyboards like those made for Media center. However, some features could only be available to a few models. If the keyboard features multimedia buttons, the user can set them to open any application or execute a set of commands, such as copy or paste. On-screen displays of volume level changing as well as NumLock/CapsLock toggling are also present on some keyboards.

The 64-bit version of Microsoft IntelliType Pro update 7.0 was released on June 09, 2009. Like its 32-bit counterpart, this program was proven to be able to disable media key functions of third-party media applications like iTunes and Media Jukebox when they are not the main application of focus. This hardware driver can be installed on computers that run on Windows XP x64, Windows Vista x64 or Windows 7 x64.

Aside from redefining the functions of each key on your keyboard, Intellitype can also let you set the software’s automatic updates. You may also choose to join in their customer experience improvement program to ensure that you get the best quality service. To install Intellitype on your computer, simply click on this link to download the installer and just follow the installation instructions.

In addition, if you think that your keyboard is not the only hardware that needs to be updated, you might want to try the Driver Update Utility. This piece of software scans your entire computer system and check if they are still up-to date. Simply click on this link to download the program right away.

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Apple Pro Keyboard (UK) Layout (KBD) Driver Update

June 9th, 2009 No comments

The keyboard of the Apple Pro (UK) Layout (KBD) from ParkerNet is enabled to install the layout file of Windows Keyboard into the operating system replacing the layout that is presently used matching the keyboard of Apple Pro that can be used exclusively for Windows. This modifies the keys to make the keystrokes match the keytops legends. Also through Shift-2 pressing, you can insert the @ sign instead of the symbol “.

This new layout may be functional from the control platform of Regional and Language Options. This also modifies the keys of the main keyboard, numeric keys and various other keys that are not changed anyhow. This version supplements 64-bit and 32-bit Windows Vista support and 64-bit and XP support.

This latest update of Apple Pro Keyboard (UK) Layout (KBD) 2.0 version was added June 29, 2009 and was released June 30 of the same year. This application works on Windows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows Vista and Windows XP.

Apple Pro Keyboard (UK) Layout (KBD) is a keyboard driver that cost nothing to download so you can use it right away and for as long as you want to. You can download your updated Apple Pro Keyboard (UK) Layout (KBD) here to start using its features and experience its benefits today.

 

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Microsoft IntelliType Pro 7.0 Driver Update

June 9th, 2009 No comments

Since the keyboard is an important input device of the computer, not everyone is comfortable using it or find some of the keys very useful. For this reason, it makes them wonder how to put those keys to use.

One of the effective ways in resolving keyboard problems is to find the appropriate driver for the hardware. While a lot of software are available for download on the Internet, it is important that you should find the right driver for your system if it’s running on a 32-bit operating system.

Microsoft IntelliType is a hardware driver used to enhance the functionality of computer keyboards. The manufacturer did not only create this software for Windows. In fact, you can also install this on a computer that runs on Mac OS X.

IntelliType is compatible with every known keyboards, including models that are delivered as part of desktop sets as well as entertainment keyboards like those made for Media center. However, other features could only be available to some models.

If the keyboard contains multimedia buttons, the user can program them to run any application or command. Onscreen display of toggling NumLock/CapsLock is present on some keyboards as well as on-screen indication of volume level changes.

Microsoft IntelliType Pro version 7.0 was released on June 09, 2009. It has just been proven that this program can disable the media key functions of third-party media players like iTunes and Media Jukebox when they are not the main application of focus. This driver can be installed on computers that run on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

Aside from reconfiguring keyboards, Intellitype also allows you to configure the software’s automatic updates and even participate in their customer experience improvement program. This ensures that you get the best quality service.

If you want to download the installer for this version, you might want to go to this link.

Furthermore, if you think that your keyboard is not the only hardware that needs to be updated, you might want to try the Driver Update Utility. This software scans your system and check if they are still up-to date. Simply click on this link to download the program right away.

 

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UAA Bus Driver For High Definition Audio

The “Microsoft UAA Bus driver for High Definition Audio” needs to be installed for you to use your PC’s High Definition audio feature.

To find out if it is working correctly, follow these steps:

Click Start, then Right Click on My Computer

Click Start, then Right Click on My Computer

Click on Properties then click on the Hardware tab. Next click on the Device Manager button

Click on Properties then click on the Hardware tab. Next click on the Device Manager button

Towards the bottom of the list,you should see a heading called "System devices". Click the plus sign next to it to expand more listings. Look for a line that says "Microsoft UAA Bus driver for High Definition Audio"

Towards the bottom of the list,you should see a heading called "System devices". Click the plus sign next to it to expand more listings. Look for a line that says "Microsoft UAA Bus driver for High Definition Audio"

If you see a yellow exclamation mark ( ) next to the ‘Microsoft UAA Bus driver for High Definition Audio’ listing, then there is a problem affecting the UAA Bus driver on your system. To fix the issue, first try installing Windows XP Service Pack 3.

If installing Windows XP Service Pack didn’t correct the issue, or you are using Windows XP Service Pack 1 or 2, Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003, then you will need to download a special Microsoft UAA Bus driver update (see related links, above, for the download link) and restart your system.

After installing the patch, go back to the Device Manager and check the status of your Microsoft UAA Bus Driver. If the Microsoft UAA Bus driver has appeared without the yellow symbol (pictured right), you should now be ready for the next step of installing the High Definition audio driver. You need to first determine which High Definition audio controller is on your system, then visit the manufacturer’s site for an update or for further instructions. To check the status of the audio driver on your system, open the Device Manager again and click on the heading ‘Sound Video and Game controllers.’ Once again, a yellow exclamation mark means there is a problem and it’s time to hit the Troubleshoot button or download a new driver.

If you are still experiencing issues after downloading the drivers, (remember you need to restart your computer), go back to the Device Manager, right click on the ‘Microsoft UAA Bus driver for High Definition Audio’ entry and select Properties. Click on the ‘Troubleshoot’ button and follow the prompts. In most cases this will help find a solution. Alternatively, right-click and select ‘Update driver’ while your computer is connected to the Internet.

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