Drivers for Windows® Vista-based Sony® VAIO Z Series
Role of drivers in Sony VAIO Z Series with Windows Vista
Sony VAIO Z Series offers powerful mobile performance to users. This is possible by the Intel Core i5-540M processor with the highly advanced Intel® Turbo Boost technology. The system provides 4 GB memory. Sony VAIO Z Series has preinstalled Windows 7 Professional operating system. The graphics card installed with this series is the NVIDA GeForce GT 330 M and this delivers fast and clear gaming experience. The integrated active noise cancelling technology provides crystal clear video and audio performance. This series also offers built-in biometric fingerprint reader which gives you high security. The technical specifications include Standard Capacity Lithium-ion Battery, multi-media card reader, 1 HDMI output optical drives etc.; each of the hard drives requires drivers for their proper functionality.
Different drivers available for Sony VAIO Z Series with Windows Vista are chipset drivers, graphics card drivers, finger print reader drivers, Wireless LAN drivers, and Ethernet card drivers. Chipset is a term used to refer the set of chips in the motherboard. So the chipset driver is used to control these chips. Graphics drivers available for NVIDA® GeForce® are used to support the graphics card. The more the powerful graphics card the more the powerful experience. Fingerprint readers are used to protect your system from unauthorized access of your documents. The system will load only after reading your finger print. Similarly, Ethernet card drivers and wireless LAN drivers are used to get the network connection.
The roles of drivers in Sony VAIO Z Series are:
- Proper working of hardware
- Speed up system
- Device tracking
Proper working of hardware
You know that drivers are the necessary part of all hardware devices. Without these drivers the devices could not understand your request. The actual role of drivers is the translation of the user’s request in to high level language, the language the device only understands. The drivers would be different for different operating systems. Only proper driver could give you the expected performance.
Speed up system
The system itself is a combination of different devices. If these devices work properly, the system performance would increase automatically. The working of devices depends upon different drivers. Thus, drivers play an important role in the system performance. Any issues in the proper functioning of these devices can lead to fatal consequences for your system.
Most of the problems related to devices might be due to the drivers. Since the drivers contain all necessary information of devices, this would be easy to trace the devices. This also helps to rectify issues.