The 3DP is a generic specification for a product that is designed to act as an interface between your hardware and software. It is a serial port that is used for communicating between microcontrollers, personal computers, digital LED displays, printers, video game consoles and other peripheral devices. The term "3DP" was first introduced in the Technical Journal of the Information Technology Industry, Volume 3, Issue 3 (May-June Issue). The 3DP is used as a stand-in for the parallel port, serial port and USB. As a result it can also be used for interconnecting various peripherals such as printers, scanners, keyboards, USB drives, and digital imaging equipment.
One of the most important tasks associated with 3DP is the responsibility of loading the correct drivers for any device that is controlled by the system. Thus, it is very important that you are able to download the correct drivers for all the peripherals that you plan to use with your 3DP. In order to help you out in this task, there are certain 3DP chip analysis tools available in the market today which helps in loading the correct drivers automatically.
These 3D chip finding programs automatically finds the correct driver for any peripheral that has been installed in your computer. For example, if you want to update your printer's driver then you should install the driver using one of these 3D chip finding tools. After installing the driver, it will search for the outdated or improperly installed hardware. Once it finds the hardware, it will notify you about the driver and install it for you.