Category: Input Device
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 29.7 MB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.3.3 / 12 Apr 2008
The Cyborg 3D Force Stick (HID) is a type of Human Interface Device that is commonly used for computer gaming software applications. These types of hardware components are considered as an input device that is used for specific types of programs. In most instances the connection of this hardware component requires the installation of a corresponding device driver in order to properly work. Consistent with the functionality of most device drivers, that of the Cyborg 3D Force Stick (HID) is primarily responsible for allowing the underlying operating system to correctly identify its presence. The device driver also provides important details that are stored in a centralized database file which is used to identify its feature sets and various functionalities. In the same manner, it also allows the underlying operating system platform to make use of these data to implement a software based control panel that will allow the computer user to modify its default settings. Normally the correct installation of the device driver will allow the computer user to configure the associated settings either from a control panel applet or from within the software application environment.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
By its description, a Human Interface Device is essentially capable of enabling the interaction between the computer user and a specific hardware component. The device driver of these types of computer peripherals are responsible not only for activating but also maintaining a set of predefined hot buttons or keys. These hot buttons or keys are designed to perform in a single push tasks which would normally require a number of clicks. The role of these types of keys or buttons is to simplify the activation of the action without necessarily exposing the complicated technical details to the computer user. In order to effectively implement this service the correct device driver must be installed into the host computer system. In this context one of the roles of the device driver is to activate this service. However, it does not necessarily mean that if the service is deactivated that the device driver is automatically installed. In most instances the service is reactivated once the host computer system is restarted. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Cyborg 3D Force Stick (HID) errors before installing any driver updates.