Archive

Archive for July, 2009

Logitech Harmony Remote Software Driver Update

July 30th, 2009 No comments

The Logitech Harmony Remote Software from Logitech can replace all your remotes into just a single remote. This tool supports more than 225,000 devices from more than 5,000 brands and the user will have the convenience of controlling whatever entertainment devices having IR capability you already have or planning to buy in the future. With just a single press of the button, it will turn on the right devices in the right order. Now, the power buttons on your stereo receiver, DVD player and television set will be rolled into one input, making it easy to start a movie marathon.

Logitech Harmony Remote Software is a game controller driver for series of Harmony Remotes. This Harmony Remote installer has built-in support for several major world languages such as Norwegian, English, Polish, French, Portuguese, German, Finnish, Spanish, Swedish, Italian, Dutch, Italian, and Danish.

This latest update of Logitech Harmony Remote Software 7.6.0.8 version was added July 30, 2009 and was released June 24 of the same year. This application works on Windows XP.

Logitech Harmony Remote Software cost nothing to download so you can use it right away and for as long as you want to. You can download your updated Logitech Harmony Remote Software here.

Categories: Game Controllers, Hardware Tags:

WorldocScan 400 Driver Update

July 28th, 2009 No comments

The WorldocScan 400 driver from PenPower is a PDF scanner that can be searchable and scans all types of documents to PDF. High-speed imaging and quality features are one of a kind combination for WorldocScan 400 to scan all your documents with ease from a size like a business card to legal size ones. This latest version of WorldocScan 400 1.1.1 may include undetermined updates, bug fixes or enhancements.

WorldocScan 400 is a printer driver that additionally requires a WorldocScan 400 scanner with Scan2PDF software. Now, with WorldocScan 400, scanning your receipts, photos, business cards, documents and managing it are made simpler. You can directly do it into searchable PDF files to find them easier on a later date. It will be convenient for you to use WorldocScan anytime in the office or at home.

This latest update of WorldocScan 400 1.1.1 version was added July 27, 2009 and was released July 28 of the same year. This application works on Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows NT, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Me, Windows 2000 and Windows 98.

WorldocScan 400 cost nothing to download so you can use it right away and for as long as you want to. You can download your updated WorldocScan 400 here.

Realtek RTL Gigabit and Fast Ethernet NIC Driver (Windows 2000/XP/XP 64-bit) Driver Update

July 23rd, 2009 No comments

The Realtek RTL Gigabit and Fast Ethernet NIC Driver (Windows 2000/XP/XP 64-bit) is a useful application from Realtek Semiconductor used as drivers for series RTL8100(L)/RTL8139C(L)+/RTL8139D(L), RTL8139C(L)/RTL8100B(L)/RTL8100C(L), and RTL8139B(L)/RTL8130.

This latest update of Realtek RTL Gigabit and Fast Ethernet NIC Driver (Windows 2000/XP/XP 64-bit) 5.719 (04/01/2009) version was added July 23, 2009 and was released April 1 of the same year. This application works on Windows XP, Windows XP 64-bit and Windows 2000.

Realtek RTL Gigabit and Fast Ethernet NIC Driver (Windows 2000/XP/XP 64-bit) is anetwork 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 Realtek RTL Gigabit and Fast Ethernet NIC Driver (Windows 2000/XP/XP 64-bit) here to start using its features and experience its benefits today.

Categories: Hardware, Network Tags:

Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver Update

July 17th, 2009 No comments

The Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver is a video driver with a system compatible with Intel chipsets 845G, 845GL, 865G, 845GE, 845GV and 915G Express.

Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver was released on July 17, 2009 and was added on August 10, 2009. This can be downloadable free of charge and can be used with Windows XP SP 2.

Click here to update your Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver.

Categories: Hardware, Video Cards Tags:

Windows XP’s won’t recognize any USB devices

July 10th, 2009 No comments

When Windows XP won’t recognize any USB device, regardless of which port it’s connected to, there is likely a BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) or Windows configuration problem. Check to see if there is a configuration option on your computer in the BIOS that asks whether an IRQ (Interrupt Request) should be assigned to USB. Although the option’s actual wording varies among BIOS manufacturers, you should enable this option by setting it to either On or Yes (depending on your BIOS manufacturer and BIOS version). Otherwise no USB devices will work in XP.

Windows XP USB 2.0 Drivers

Here’s how to check if you have the latest Windows XP 2.0 USB Drivers installed on your system:

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 line that reads "Universal Serial Bus Controllers." Click the small plus sign to expand the list. To see if you have USB 2.0, look for a line that says "USB2 Enhanced Controller." The exact entry will vary slightly, just don't confuse it with "USB Universal Controller"

If you see a yellow exclamation ( ) next to the line, this indicates there is a problem with the device. To fix the problem, right click on the entry and select Properties. Click on the ‘Troubleshoot’ button and follow the prompts. In most cases this will help find a solution. The alternative is to right-click and select ‘Update driver’ while your computer is connected to the Internet.

If you do not see the”USB2 Enchanced Controller”, then you don’t have the USB 2.0 driver installed. You need to install either Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 or Windows XP Service Pack 3. After you have installed the Service Pack, restart your computer, then go back to the Device Manager and check the status of the USB Controllers. If you see the USB2 Controller, (without the yellow exclamation point) you’re good to go.

If not, you’ll need to find the specific USB 2.0 driver for your system. The six manufacturers of USB 2.0 controllers: Acer Labs, Intel, NEC, SiS, VIA and nVidia (which may appear as ‘Standard Controller’), but sometimes they are re-branded by other companies. In this case, you will need to find out which Controller is on your system and visit the manufacturers site for an update or special instructions.