According to the readme file it's supposed to just detect it automatically but it doesn't and when I push the Xbox guide button or start it turns on my 360 despite the fact it's plugged into my computer. I download the drivers and the files off of the windows website and even looked at the usb controller settings in my control panel and nothing seems to work. The computer recognizes something gets plugged in when I put the USB in but so far that seems to be the only thing that recognizes the controller.
I just plugged in a random 3rd party Famicom-styled controller I bought at a pawn shop some years ago, and it works fine. --- You'll laugh, you'll cry and you will never want to go to sleep again. --jollzoffire about Dragon Quest VII
The thread I linked gives an alternate solution to your problem, but sure, go ahead and be an ass about me linking you to something that might help you use your controller. --- PSN/XBL- Nifterific SSF4AE: Balrog, Evil Ryu | UMvC3: C.Viper/Morrigan/Hulk | MK9: Noob Saibot, Cyber Sub-Zero | SFxTK: Ryu/Guile
The press release also said nothing about the game refusing to accept input from the keyboard with certain game pads plugged in. Your lack of wanting to install xpadder doesn't mean that my method doesn't work. --- PSN/XBL- Nifterific SSF4AE: Balrog, Evil Ryu | UMvC3: C.Viper/Morrigan/Hulk | MK9: Noob Saibot, Cyber Sub-Zero | SFxTK: Ryu/Guile