19th September 2010

HowTo get the Xbox Controller S working in Windows 7 (64-Bit)

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To get the usb connected Xbox Controller S working in Windows XP was quite easy using the XBCD drivers.

XBCD drivers for Windows XP

But installing them on a Windows 7 (64 Bit) system was quite a challenge due to the lack of information.

Xbox Controller S

If you read about this topic you’ll find many tutorials in forums on how to get unsigned drivers working in Windows 7. But you don’t need any of this …

Just install the drivers for the 3 in 1 Magic Joy Box (PC035) for Windows 7. All analog axis work and even the force feedback (at least in Dirt 2).

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