|01 Mar 2010||#1|
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Standard gamepad driver for Gravis Gamepad Pro USB?
I've got a Gravis Gamepad Pro USB and although a device is detected when I plug it in, it fails to install a driver. I can't find any Windows 7 x86 drivers on the net so I believe that I have to use some kind of standard HID driver to get it working, although I'm not sure which one.
When selecting a driver to install (via device manager, properties, update driver etc), I can't see one that would be appropriate in the list. There isn't one for a standard HID device and there are no standard or generic USB gamepad drivers listed. I know Windows XP used to have "generic 4/6/8 button" ones etc.
Any idea how I can get this working?
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