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Windows 7: USB 32/64 bit compatibility.

19 Dec 2012   #11
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1

  • This wireless receiver is a simple adapter that connects into a USB.
  • Will work with future Xbox 360 Wireless Accessories.
  • Provides up to a 30-foot range for complete wireless freedom.
  • Use up to four Wireless Controllers and four Wireless Headsets. Simultaneously with one Wireless Gaming Receiver.
  • Easily integrates with PC gaming scenarios and utilizes the same binding technology as Xbox 360.
  • the third party product, not made by mircrosoft
  • Note: if you want to use it in windows 7, it just fit to 32bit not for 64 bit.
  • Compatible with:Microsoft XBOX 360

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19 Dec 2012   #12

Windows 8 Pro (32-bit)

The line above the bolded line was more informative. The picture looks identical to the Microsoft branded reciever, so I assumed it was the same thing.

But it looks the same, so it might be a chinese knockoff. In which case, the hardware and driver may be identical to the microsoft version (but that's not definitive).

If you had already purchased it, I'd wait for it to come in then try it with the microsoft drivers and it's 32-bit drivers. If niether work, then sell it and get the official version that supports 64 -bit Windows.
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