Its wireless and it auto-sets up on 98% of the 200 games I have on steam including non mainstream games. I even tried both of my controllers, so its definitely not the controller's fault. I'm going to buy a naga soon to try that out as well. Any help with what I might do would be greatly appreciated. The only thing that cable provides is power - and offers no connectivity between the device it's connected to and the controller itself. It used to work just fine. You can use the Steam Controller as both mouse and keyboard for everyday tasks with a little practice.
However, in the game itself Star Wars The Old Republic , the game will not recognize my controller when I try to map the keys. I'd also recommend trying Instead of Xpadder. Could there be something I am doing wrong with the setup? In the MotioninJoy app go to the drivers page and install the driver with your pad plugged in. When you go to startup run Input Mapper then xpadder, when you want to shut your controller off close xpadder first then input mapper. I have been trying to connect my new ps3 controller to my windows 8.
Hope that helped Nibroc420 I'm not really expecting a fast reply, I just don't want it to go to the next page because we both know I won't get any replies by then. Using a wired Xbox 360 controller, that works fine with all other games. All that changes is now when I press anything on my controller, nothing happens. Sounds like you haven't got the driver installed. Run the game as admin and it worked.
I want to use my ps3 controller on my emulators ps2, psp, n64, snes. Anyone knows how to solve that issue? Whatever I press on my controller, all I get is open the macro assignment window. But, anyways, is the controller recognized by Windows? Is this still gonna work or should I just not even try? I mean, unless the name is in the chinese charset and the game doesn't support it while also failing to recognize it, for how absurd it sounds. J0ki Gaming:how can i play black squad with ps3 controller???? This is what I am trying to achieve: 1. Hotwiregirl I am using an official 360 microsoft wireless controller. Please show me how much better that is than holding a controller like you normally would. The question to the devs is , are they using raw input? I can't imagine that the regular gamepad would be that much different.
Do you happen to know if pinnicle can change Diagonal sizes aswell? I thought that might have been the problem, but it apparently isn't. I even tried both of my controllers, so its definitely not the controller's fault. Thanks for the link dude, but my I have a 64-Bit operating system, and that one says Win32. I can't imagine that the regular gamepad would be that much different. Thanks If your using the Official pc wireless 360 controller then it should register on most games, but I'm assuming you don't so your using Xpadder.
And like I said what I want to change the deadzones of my analog sticks and their diagonal zones. Dude, it's like the xbox 360 plug and charge. Followed all steps and everything. For some reason, none of them recognize that I have a working and Windows-recognized Xbox 360 Wired Controller plugged into the computer. Its just that when I try to setup the buttons, none of them are detected, if you get what I mean. Because if it recognizes the Controller, doesn't that mean that some sort of connectivity has been established? However, in the game itself Star Wars The Old Republic , the game will not recognize my controller when I try to map the keys. Also, does the gamepad work in menus at least? If not, you need to use softwares like xpadder or joy2key.
Oh, and when I run the scpdriver monitor, it seems that my controller is wirelessly connected. Have you mapped the key bindings to the controller in xpadder? While we wait, does anyone have any other software they have they could try? Here is a complete list of some problems and solutions that can be wrong with the analog stick. When I try to use the controller in Halo, the GamePad section is grayed out and not clickable. My advice is to just drop the entire Xpadder experience and go with the Pc version 360 controller. When I start Xpadder though, it will show that it is looking for a device, but it will never find one.
But, anyways, is the controller recognized by Windows? Now I am have issues connecting to emulators. Aug 07, 2011 To remedy this, simply don't move the analog stick when powering on the system. Sounds to me like the keyboard interface for dolphin in not reading your keyboard. Because if it recognizes the Controller, doesn't that mean that some sort of connectivity has been established? I've read some people found it to be working only if the game was launched with the gamepad already plugged in and no keyboard nor mouse button was pressed. Hello alsupjonatha, There could multiple things wrong, and hopefully nothing serious.