I've used a wireless 360 controller with receiver now flawlessly for ~1 year. Bought a Wired one today, except whenever I plug it in, I get an immediate BSOD! I've taken the usual precautions of uninstalling MotionInJoy (both from control panel AND by deleting the appropriate driver
), but it still blows up every time I try.
I've gone to the Microsoft site and downloaded the drivers there too. Basically, I install the Accessories part, and that's fine. Then when I plug the controller in, it takes about 3 seconds and then BAM. BSOD. Upon restarting, if I plug it in, it doesn't BSOD, but it sure doesn't work either. Oddly enough, the MotionInJoy driver reappears in the system32/drivers folder occasionally after a BSOD.
Attached are various minidumps from today.
-Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit (6.1, Build 7600)
-8 GB RAM
-GTX 470 GPU
-Computer is a ~1 year old desktop, all built from individual components, Windows is full retail and was only installed way back when I built it.
Additionally, MagicDisc, MagicISO and PowerISO all installed, but as far as I know none of them contain the killer driver? You guys know more than I do.
Any help you can give would be much appreciated!