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    Does not work on MacBook Pro with Boot Camp Win XP. Crashes when I try to install the libusb driver.

    EDIT: I take that back. After trying a few times and shutting all of the background programs, the install went smooth. Connecting the controller, running the exe and pressing the PS button a few times did the trick. Just like it says on the instructions. Too bad we havent got the motion controls yet. Good Job!

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    It works well over here. I tried Zsnes with no flaws. Satourne did not work as well. Problems assigning keys.

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    Anyone know how to make it so the command prompt doesn't close on me right after it opens up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mavsman4457 View Post
    Anyone know how to make it so the command prompt doesn't close on me right after it opens up.
    Because it's a DOS application. It finishes running and closes. You have to run the file FROM a command prompt if you don't want the command prompt to disappear.

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    Is it supposed to close right after it opens then?

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    I get a file corrupt error when I unpack with winrar...i still get the .exe +.dll file though. Is this normal? Where do I put the .dll file?

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    Can this be used wirelessly, like perhaps with a bluetooth usb dongle type of device? If it can be, how well would it work if I used the controller in the next room over from my PC, to play emulators on my TV hooked up to my PC? Would the signal be strong enough to be able to pass through one wall and remain consistent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mavsman4457 View Post
    Is it supposed to close right after it opens then?
    Yes. Make sure you follow the instructions in the first post.


    And this driver works perfectly for me, I love it :thumbup:

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    Mine works now. I had to hold done the PS button for about 5 seconds and it registers now.

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