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Xbox 360 controller problems for windows 7

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  • Started 3 years ago by Whitewolf1371
  • Latest reply from ronniesonora
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Whitewolf1371
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Okay, so I downloaded the drivers from microsoft, the controller also automatically downloaded it's drivers once I plugged it in, problem, joy.cpl isn't picking up the device once I plugged it in, yes, it is a wireless style W/charger usb cable to hook up to the computer, since it pings me when I plug it in via noise I figured it should work just like a wired controller but it really isn't... I can't find the driver that the remote put in itself either, I'm in a bit of a pickle here and my brain is starting to hate me after I figured out how to use a lot of other computer software I downloaded yesterday, some one please take this head ache away from me because none of the guide's have any information to solve this issue... I also tried to use it wirelessly with my logitech wireless USB reciever/transmitter but it can't find the device either... so, only option is to go wired but once again... it's a head ache.

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ronniesonora
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Check here http://answers.microsoft.com/e.....cf11a64940

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