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Windows 7: XBCD drivers for Xbox 360 gamepad

06 Jan 2010   #31
NumberOne1337

Windows 7
 
 

I have put everything right now, I tried The Saboteur and it worked flawless for the brief moment I tried it.
However then I was gonna try PES10 again, I went into the settings picked gamepad -> and you could choose btween directinput and XInput so I took XInput and all the controlls are correct BUT the game lags and the controlls are supersensitive... it's like when I press it once you get 3 press ingame, you see it easy when you're in the controllmenu and change buttons there... and probably the lagging is cause you get 3 picks on one so..

No clue why this is.. I tried directinput and picked right buttons but it was ****ed up ingame then ^^ anyone got a clue?


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06 Jan 2010   #32
Zorlac

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

If you follow my instructions on post 7 on the first page, it should work flawlessly. The download link for 0.2.6 on the XBCD forums that I linked works fine. Using the default triggers on seperate axes profile works fine for me.

PES2010 doesnt really need XBCD. Most new games dont these days. The only reason I use it is for racing sims like rFactor, GTLegends, Race07 etc which work better with seperate trigger axes. Newer games with Xinput built in like NFS, PES2010 dont need XBCD (in fact XBCD cannot be used very well in Shift, rumble must be turned off in the setup util and you cant look around using the 2nd thumbstick). FIFA10 doesn't work at all with XBCD.

I have PES2010 and have never had any problems using XBCD out of the box. In fact PES2010 is the ONLY game I've found where you can use both XBCD and Xinput together in 2 player games.

If you play older games without Xinput or they dont fully use all buttons or triggers, you need XBCD. But if you're playing newer games like GTA4, PES2010, Shift etc, you dont need XBCD. Stick with the default drivers.
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08 Jan 2010   #33
squall leonhart

Windows 7
 
 

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If you play older games without Xinput or they dont fully use all buttons or triggers, you need XBCD. But if you're playing newer games like GTA4, PES2010, Shift etc, you dont need XBCD. Stick with the default drivers.
if you play both, use XBCD with x360ce xD.
Now remember guys, if a controller doesn't appear to work in xbcd, it makes it easier on us both, if you post the pid/vid straight up without me having to ask.
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08 Jan 2010   #34
Bucephalas69

Windows 7
 
 
Absolute crap!

The software has a trojan within it and doesn't work anyway.
When you uninstall your left with annoying text on your desktop which won't go away!

I should have read between the lines when this post stated "it should be safe..."

Avoid at all costs!
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08 Jan 2010   #35
squall leonhart

Windows 7
 
 

That text has nothing to do with XBCD itself. Its because you set windows into test mode with NGO's DSEO. Before going off on a rant, you could atleast know exactly what your ranting about first.

Secondly, of the thousand+ people using xbcd, your the only one to whine about a "Trojan".

Before you make your next post, and fall further into shame, I suggest learning
A. How to use a computer.
B. What a trojan is and how it works.

At some point, i would like to see the setup utility ported to a manifested executable which prompts for elevation on run. the usage of rundll makes it tricky for newbs who skip past info panes in the installer.

Now for anyone else that, like the above user, believes they are above reading the description panels in an installer.

Quote:
This is a Driver for Xbox and Xbox360 controls to provide proper DirectInput functionality, including Trigger remapping and ForceFeedback.

Installation and Usage Notes:
If you are installing this on Vista / Windows 7 x64, please exit setup and start it again using the RunAs Admin item in the right click menu, This is required for the driver to get write access to the registry, and System32 folder.
On Vista/Windows 7 with UAC enabled, you must run the Setup Utility in this same manner (Run as Admin) for it to be able to read and write values to the registry.

On Vista (x32 and x64) SP1, changes have been made which prevent unsigned drivers from loading, to work around this get Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider 1.3b from

http://www.ngohq.com/home.php?page=dseo

You must also change the Advanced system settings to allow unsigned (inf signature) drivers to be installed.

Vista and Seven also require manual installation of the driver, a guide is available at http://xbcd360guide.50webs.com/guide.html (skip step 2 obviously)

XBCD also now contains an Xinput emulator including a predefined config, to make use of it, set XBCD to the Triggers on seperate axis profile or XBCD 360 emu profile in the XBCD Setup app, Read the Xinput emulators read me for information on how to use it there is a Shortcut to the emulator in the XBCD Program Folder in start menu.
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09 Jan 2010   #36
ely

Windows 7 (64-Bit)
 
 

Ah, people with a computer and an internet connection, a heady mix of emotions!
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09 Jan 2010   #37
squall leonhart

Windows 7
 
 

worst thing is, when you point out why they are wrong, they claim you're trolling em.
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09 Jan 2010   #38
Zorlac

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by squall leonhart View Post
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If you play older games without Xinput or they dont fully use all buttons or triggers, you need XBCD. But if you're playing newer games like GTA4, PES2010, Shift etc, you dont need XBCD. Stick with the default drivers.
if you play both, use XBCD with x360ce xD.
Now remember guys, if a controller doesn't appear to work in xbcd, it makes it easier on us both, if you post the pid/vid straight up without me having to ask.
I have 2 Xbox 360 gamepads. One uses XBCD for my older games, and the other uses the default drivers that W7 has. Both work flawlessly. If I wanna play GTA4, FIFA10 or NFS Shift I just plug in my other gamepad and use the default drivers. Works great. No conflicts with XBCD whatsoever. Although I suppose if you only have 1 gamepad and need both XBCD drivers and Xinput, x360ce is the way to go.
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23 Jan 2010   #39
stevenwebster

Windows 7 Home Edition 64bit
 
 

I have followed the step by step instructions from page 1 and then got stuck on the setup utility. Some of the buttons arent responding and when i try to play it on call of duty 6, nothing responds (thats when i go into controls and try to reset the buttons)

It doesnt respond on the computer either except in config menu's (is it ment to do that?!?!?!)

My msn is : steven_webster@live.co.uk

Thanks for all the help so far....
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23 Jan 2010   #40
squall leonhart

Windows 7
 
 

the xbox tab is broken when it comes to button lights, you can still config the buttons on that screen though.

as for COD6. Its an Xinput game afaik. xbcd won't directly work for it unless you configure the x360ce correctly.
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