Re: Re-mapping 360 Controller buttons?
I tried pretty much everything with XBCD, including booting with F8 and
disabling required driver signing. Basically what was happening was I would
install the drivers, and in the device manager, under my Xbox 360 controller,
I would update drivers -> Browse -> Let me choose from list, and the only one
available was the MS standard driver. If I unchecked the "Show only
compatible drivers" box, and scrolled to Redcl0ud, clicked on XBCD Gamepad,
It would say that it was installed successfully, and the device manager would
include a XBCD Game controller. However, when I went into the XBCD setup, it
said that "No XBCD controllers were found." I spent around 5 hours trying to
figure it out, and gave up. If anyone has 64-bit Vista and knows a solution
for this, I'd be grateful for the help.
"Andy [YaYa]" wrote:
> "Gryph05" <Gryph05@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > In the past on my Dell with XP, I used the XBCD Drivers so I could re-map
> > my
> > 360 controller to fit my needs. However I have recently built a new PC and
> > got 64-bit Vista Home Premium, and have been unable to get the XBCD
> > drivers
> > working. The only thing I need to do is change the R/L triggers from their
> > default Z-axis to two seperate buttons. Any ideas on how I might do this?
> No. I have Vista 32-bit and the XBCD drivers work just peachy, but I'm using
> an XBox 1 controller. If the driver isn't digitally signed, isn't there a
> way to disable Vista 64's "Driver must be signed" mode? Like press F8 when
> booting, and there's an option in there to disable driver checking or
> Once you disable it try to install them again. Might work.