|14 May 2010||#1|
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Need some Gamepad help
I recently bought a Genius Maxfire Grandias 12V gamepad. It works in windows 7 and everything, but the prob is it uses the generic drivers for it. So the problem is that the vibration doesn't work. Now on genius' website there is a supposed windows 7 driver, but I just can't get it to work. Installed it a billion times and it still uses the generic driver, tried disabling windows 7's automatic driver installation, but then when I install the genius driver, nothing happens. It just doesn't recognize the device.
I have searched through the whole damn internet, tried everything I could think of, and nothing worked. I have no idea what to do. I really want the vibration to work! If anyone has any suggestion, please help! I have search for a .inf file as well that I could maybe use to update the driver, but I have no idea what it is suppose to be called.
EDIT: I used a extracting program to extract the so-called windows 7 driver, and it contained two dll files: jsdriver.dll and jspage.dll. They both install into C:\Windows\SysWOW64. So now I'm wondering if there shouldn't be some sort of .inf file or something? You can't install a device with two dll files, can you?
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