SIIG Cyber 650 2S1P PCI Board

Category: Other
Manufacturer: SIIG, Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 131.1 KB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.0.2184.1 / 17 Jan 2000

Windows device driver information for SIIG Cyber 650 2S1P PCI Board

This hardware component is an expansion card that is hosted on any vacant PCI slot on the computer motherboard. The SIIG Cyber 650 2S1P PCI Board is responsible for the implementation of a high speed input and output device that is equipped with dual parallel ports. The presence of this hardware component provides the host computer system with two additional ECP and EPP compliant interface ports that is supported by the Plug and Play feature of the underlying operating system platform. The presence of the manufacturer provided device driver allows for the hosting of this particular hardware component in any 32- or 64-bit based operating system environment. When properly installed with the corresponding device driver the host computer system becomes capable of hosting additional devices like scanners, printers, and external optical drives among others. The attached external devices may require the installation of their corresponding device drivers.

Outdated Drivers?

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

The presence of the SIIG Cyber 650 2S1P PCI Board allows for high speed data transfer rates that can reach up to 460 kilobits per second. The device driver allows for the implementation of Interrupt Request sharing functionalities which are effective routines for the reduction of Interrupt Request conflicts. These conflicts can cause unwanted errors at runtime when the attached external hardware component is accessed by the computer user. The built-in 64-byte First In First Out algorithm supported by the device driver is partially responsible for the dramatic increase in the input and output processes of the host computer system. This translates to an increase in the transmission and receive rates of the host machine in relation to the multitasking environment implemented by the underlying operating system platform. The device driver of the SIIG Cyber 650 2S1P PCI Board also communicates with the Power Management Event module allowing it to request for the change in the power state of the computer system. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and SIIG Cyber 650 2S1P PCI Board errors before installing any driver updates.