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In the eventuality you have a spare usb cable that you don't use for anything else, you can put some thin tape on the data pins (the two middle ones) and it will turn it into a power only cable. The PC simply won't see your gamepad while still powering it. The image is from "Make a USB cable 'power only'"
Actually there is already a functional software that can do it well: XBStart
There is no difference in between the normal and the play and charge kit controller. Both are the same. The only difference is, that you get a battery pack and a USB-cable with your controller. If you want to play on the PC, you can buy any other USB-cable and forget about the battery pack. In order to use the controller on the PC you'll need to permanently ...
Having done a brief look up, the controller you mention does not appear to be natively compatible with Windows 7. On the System Requirements area of the manual, it lists support for Windows 98 and Windows 2000, but there is ample evidence of difficulty running it on Windows 7 and Windows 8. There is a Saitek Drivers page that lists the x36, but only ...
Some minor corrections to what you've recorded: First, a long bit about attacking. Obviously attacking and weapon use is important so I want to make sure it's understood. The bumpers and triggers control weapon use, regardless of what you have in your hands. You can dual-wield, or even use two shields if you want. Bumper is always block with a shield and ...
Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition seem to be missing the controller compatibility, and here's another post of how to fix this: The trick is to disable any of your devices listed as an "HID-compliant game controller". No need to uninstall. I created a system restore point JIC. Control Panel > System > Device Manager > Human Interface Devices >> ...
OK, solved.I didn't know the deadpool game also worked with Xbox 360 controllers, so instead of looking for a keyboard emulation (which is very difficuly to find, to my experience, with nothing satisfying), I used an XInput (the branch of DirectX responsible for input) remapper. X360ce worked for me. It even found default key mappings for my controller. All ...
I thought my one was defective too, and the manual says 4 blue led when 100% charged and each one is 25% less. Googled and found this on product description: 4-way LED player indicator. I'm guessing it's used for the 4-way player indicator
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