XBCD 0.2.7 Discussion

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Squall Leonhart
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Post by Squall Leonhart »

not all of the usb files got upgraded with sp1, and a great number of device drivers that did have an older .mui file assigned to them, which reports an older version number to windows while the file itself is newer.

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have you also removed the corresponding HID device for the control?

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Post by 50up3r9uy »

Yes I have uninstalled both the HID and the microsoft common controller one. It looks like it's definitely an issue with HID system files as my Bluetooth mouse appears to have stopped working as well. This is on a laptop and I haven't used my bluetooth mouse since I tried installing the xbcd drivers.

 


Still not sure how to fix it exactly.
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Post by Squall Leonhart »

the bluetooth mouse is probably borked because of a recent bluetooth driver microsoft pushed to the web.

 


try a different usb port, usb devices are bound to the usb port when installing so drivers installed on 1 port should not affect another.

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Post by 50up3r9uy »

I've already tried that as well as using a hub and other controllers I've never used before. All show the same thing when I try and add them.

 


I think I'm going to try a backup, reinstall of windows.

 


That fixed it. Luckily I was able to do an upgrade install and it repaired the HID stack. I didn't need to do a clean reinstall so all my programs moved over as well. Now to make a backup and try again.

 


XBCD drivers working now. Is it safe to update to SP1 or should I stay away?
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Post by BoogyMan »

Good day guys


I have two questions


1) Is XBCD supporting Wireless gaming receiver VID_045E&PID_0291 ?


2) How to make Force Feedback of the XBOX 360 Wireless Racing Wheel, work on it ?

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Post by Squall Leonhart »

; Currently unsupported


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;Wireless Controllers


;Wireless Xbox360 Controllers


;%XBCD_Wireless_360.DeviceDesc% =Install, USB\Vid_045E&Pid_0719 ; Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Controller

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Post by ExtremeDude2 »

MadCatz Wired 360 Controller does not work (I am assuming it is unsupported)

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Post by Squall Leonhart »

all of madcats wired controls are supported as long as the device id and registry info is included.

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Post by ExtremeDude2 »


all of madcats wired controls are supported as long as the device id and registry info is included.





 


And how do I do that? :angel:

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