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    Just run a game in PJ64 Works alright, though I think you should use a better controller plugin.

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    thanks man, but now im gettiing 'This device cannot start. (Code 10)" what dose this mean?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by coreysnyder04 View Post
    I tried this step by step and it didn't work. First off I have 4 USB Human Interface devices listed. So I tried it on them all. I don't even think thats the PS3 controller as when I unplug the controller a different option "HID-compliant Game Controller" dissapears. Which I tried it on that too and it doesn't work.

    I right click on it, and go to update driver.
    I click No at the "connect to WIndows UPdate"
    I click "Install froma list or specific location (Advanced)"
    I click "Don't search I will choose the driver to install"
    I uncheck the check box.
    I click "Have Disk.."
    I browse to the location of the drivers I download and click on either one. And I hit OK.
    And every time it says "The specified location does not contain information about your hardware."

    I have XP Pro and its all updated.
    Finally, this page loaded...

    Not sure if you fixed it for you, but I was running into the same wall. Under the tree: [Human Interface Devices] the HID Game device kept popping up when I connected/disconnected the Sixaxis/DS3.

    So I doubled clicked each entry in the tree looking at the Location, when finally the last [USB Human Interface Device] had under location something along the lines of "Playstation3" that is where I tried to update the driver and it worked.

    I hope this helps you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by $n!pR View Post
    In device manager, go to USB HID device. Update driver, browse computer, pick from list, uncheck show compatible drivers. Click have disk and browse to folder with the drivers. It will give you a warning, just click next.
    Yeah I figured that's what you meant. It simply doesn't work, it says to check to make sure it's compatible with x64 systems and won't let me install it anyway.
    Last edited by NeoCyrus; January 13th, 2009 at 02:35.

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    This only works on 32-bit systems.

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    Wow It's Working Great...:thumbup:
    I Tested With PURE ( Racing Game ) And Everything
    Work Fine... :thumbup:

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    is it possible to install it in vista x64?

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    I must be doing something wrong here??

    1. Extracted either the dx/normal drivers
    2. Extracted the rumble file as well
    3. Manually installed the dx driver even though its not digitally signed and computer restarts
    4. Installed the dualshock3 rumble file

    Device manager says the device cannot start...

    P.S: I tried this both on windows xp and windows 7 both 32bit editions and no luck plus I changed HID to USB and vice versa with no luck.
    Last edited by michio; January 13th, 2009 at 07:04.

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    for da guy wit da mac osx.. what games wud u use your "bluetooth dualshock 3" for on your os x LOL. some hardcore gaming huh

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    I installed the drivers for vista ignoring the 'driver is not signed' warning.

    Now it detects the DS3, but i cant get it to work. I tried to play trackmania nations forever with it but it detects nothing when I press something.

    So in control panel I went, the controller status is OK. But I cant calibrate it, and it doesnt detect my buttonpressing or the moving of the sticks

    Does anyone know how I can fix this?

    EDIT:

    NEVERMIND

    I used another usb port and reinstalled and it works perfectly now
    Last edited by Tattoo69; January 13th, 2009 at 14:50.

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