What is a mirage driver?

Written by duncan s. anderson | 13/05/2017
What is a mirage driver?
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Mirage driver is the most up to date in video drivers that is for the Windows operating system. It is available for a variety of Window operating systems. The driver itself is usually around 6 mb.

Mirage Driver

Mirage is the latest driver mirroring technology for Windows operating systems. The virtual video device is managed at the DDML level of the graphics system that mirrors the drawing operations of one or more than one physical display devices. It can be found by going to Windows Explorer and in the search box type Mirage and select Local Hard Drives.

Operating Systems

Windows platforms that are supported for this are: Windows 7 and 2008 R2, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 2003, Windows XP and Windows 2000.

Installation and Uninstallation

To install you will need to run DFMirage driver or dfmirage.exe. The installation of the DFMirage requires no reboot. Once installed, it will appear in the device manager. To uninstal there is an uninstaller within the "Add/Remove Programs" applet of the control panel.

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