#41 [url]

Aug 8 10 3:47 PM

What I mean by driver signing being "on" is enabling driver signing i.e. test mode (the mode where you CAN install unsigned drivers) sorry if I'm confusing you lol anyway you said it simply won't load, and you didn't mention BSOD so thanks for clearing that up.

I'll stick to my XP partition lol for some reason the 360 pad works more accurately on XP than 7 with default drivers anyway, not sure why

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#42 [url]

Aug 8 10 4:36 PM

the driver only installs while test mode is on, it is refused with it disabled.

unfortnately, i've not been able to reproduce this under any of my x64 systems.

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Sep 4 10 12:00 PM

Hi, I have two questions...

1) I've managed to get the 0.2.7 under windows 7 (64bit) working with my XBOX1 S pad, but I can't get it to work with my, Gamester Xbox Arcade Stick.

I've tried adding to the .inf file

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%XBCD.DeviceDesc%   =Install,  USB\VID_0E4C&PID_1103; Gamester Xbox Arcade Stick


to both the 32bit and 64bit sections. I've deleted the xbcd.sys file that was installed before. Reinstalled the driver, resigned it (Since I'm running windows 7(64bit)). Reset the computer. Replugged the arcade stick back in again, and all it finds is the memory bit, but nothing else. So no controls, or fire buttons.

I've nothing else that is showing up as an unknown device before I do any of this.

2) While using the XBOX1 S pad, is there a way to make (D-pad) POV the main way to control direction instead of the analogue left stick? I ask because the D-PAD is better for emulation of the old consoles/computers.

Thanks for any help!!!

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#44 [url]

Sep 4 10 6:58 PM

you can disable all the axis's,

not too sure about that arcade stick though, it might be an abnormal setup.

most xbox 1 controls are primarily a usb hub which the memory/headset ports and control itself are hard wired too.

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Sep 4 10 8:13 PM

QUOTE (squall_leonhart69r @ September 04, 2010 06:58 pm)
you can disable all the axis's,

How would one go about disabling the axis'? So that the digital pad gave the info for movement instead?

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Sep 4 10 10:04 PM

QUOTE (xboxslave @ September 05, 2010 07:13 am)
QUOTE (squall_leonhart69r @ September 04, 2010 06:58 pm)
you can disable all the axis's,

How would one go about disabling the axis'? So that the digital pad gave the info for movement instead?

on the xbox tab, untick the axes.

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#48 [url]

Oct 12 10 8:28 PM

No Zeronoob, as already said in the first post, there is no support for wireless controller.


Squall I have a question concerning the use of NGOHQ's Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider.
Basically the steps they say are:

1) activate test mode and reboot
2) make a fake signature for the already installed xbcd.sys file
3) unload test mode


Did I get step 3 right? Or are you supposed to keep test mode permanently up whenever you want to use XBCD?
No matter what, I doesn't seem to make this thing work.
If I activate test mode the driver gets loaded no matter what (no matter to make the fake signature), and if I follow those 3 steps, I still get the "omg no signature!" error.

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#49 [url]

Oct 12 10 9:37 PM

keep test mode enabled, otherwise the device will fail to work.

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#50 [url]

Oct 23 10 12:34 PM

Hi everyone,

(This is my first post here, I want to thank you everyone for these excellent drivers ! )

I used to have them on XP x86, they worked great, and I recently switched to 7 x64.

I used DSEO to activate test mode, reboot, sign xbcd.sys and then install the driver manually.
It worked at this time as in XP32 (utility + profiles, everything perfect !) but after a reboot I have a BSOD each time I try to access the driver !
If I delete xbcd.sys, reboot and reinstall it works again, until the next reboot...

It is a bit annoying to install the driver each time I want to use the pad !
Did I miss something/made something wrong in the install process ?

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#51 [url]

Oct 24 10 5:04 AM

try a different usb port, the controls need a fair amount of power as they act like a hub themselves.

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#52 [url]

Oct 24 10 8:36 AM

I already tried this on several ports and it didn't help (at first it was on front panel and I tried several ports at the back).

Moreover the behaviour is stable and repeatable : the first time I run XBCD utility after install it runs OK, after a reboot --> blue screen.

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#53 [url]

Oct 24 10 11:09 AM

does it bsod if you connect the controller after the system has booted? this is basically the same as installing the driver.

other then that, the only reason would be a usb hub conflict or some problem with EHCI hand off.

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#54 [url]

Oct 25 10 12:04 AM

Having some difficulties adding my Gamster wired xbox controller so that it will install.

Device Descriptor:
bcdUSB: 0x0110
bDeviceClass: 0x00
bDeviceSubClass: 0x00
bDeviceProtocol: 0x00
bMaxPacketSize0: 0x40 (64)
idVendor: 0x0E4C
idProduct: 0x2390
bcdDevice: 0x0200
iManufacturer: 0x01
0x0409: "Jess Technology Co., Ltd."
iProduct: 0x02
0x0409: "Jtech USB Joypad "
iSerialNumber: 0x00
bNumConfigurations: 0x01

Identifies as Jtech USB Joypad.

Added this to xbcd.inf:

%XBCD.DeviceDesc% =Install, USB\VID_0E4C&PID_2390 ; Jtech USB Joypad


Device still does not install. Guide on first post about how to manually install drivers on 7 yields a 404. Tips?

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