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Solved: Installed PS3 controller drivers, now USB devices don’t work.. | Tech Support Guy
Apr 18, Messages: When it tries to install it – fails. Then go to the amd64 folder if you have a 64bit system or the x86 If you have a 32bit system in LibUSB and run the install-filter-win. Richy Follow Forum Posts: MGSPhillyOct 25,in forum: The specified file is not a registry script. Black screen with new screen installed WolfNamedDec 17,in forum: If you have a yellow?
Working Drivers for PS3 Controller….
Have pz3 and happy gaming! I’m guessing it’s a driver issue. Click here to join today! After doing a bit of googling I came across a program called motion joy. Sorry for triple posting, but I want to keep everyone updated and I know this topic will get lost if it doesn’t get bumped.
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Select the PS3 game pad from the device list and make a note of the vendor identification and the product identification numbers.
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The thing is, is that I installed the drivers, but they didn’t work, so I had to run an application for “libusb” and now after I restarted my computer, my keyboard it’s a USB and my mouse it’s a USB do not work, as well as anything that’s plugged in that is USB.
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The time pd3 is Below that shows computer name and version 6. Renzokucant Follow Forum Posts: According to the bios, all USB peripherals are enabled.
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