Originally posted by Rayge:For some reason you have to manually update the driver for the controller through Windows 10. I tried some rumble-intensive games like Dust: An Elysian Tail and Just Cause 2 and both of them ran as desired. As long as your usb cable is capable of data transfer then it should work for you. Problems when connected wireless: 1. I would like to know if others are having this issue. I hadn't considered firmware updates. This update, by the way, started causing some strange, though not really problematic behaviour in my old 360 controller and a few software.
And yes I can play with it via cable. When I try to pair now I have to enter a pair code or something. The controller vibrates, and the light flashes a few times before shutting down. I had to uninstall and reinstall drivers to get it working again. This issue is present regardless of the controller my brother got another one and is only happening on my computer my brother is doing fine.
I've loved the new controller since I held it in Walmart, but I didn't want to be disappointed by unofficial drivers, so I waited for the official drivers. One you install it from the exe just run the game and skip the instructions below. So it might be driver related or some w10 update broke something. You could join it in each mode: wired and wi-fi. Games are usually written to run with the expectation that they will be fullscreen, and will have exclusive access to resources. Yesterday i've reinstalled w10 and today i replaced the cable but that did not fixed it. I recommend that you download and run the Windows Update troubleshooter to scan and repair corrupted files on your computer.
To know more about the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10, you may refer to this. If the issue persists, I suggest that you perform a clean boot on your computer to eliminate software conflicts. But, as I said, that is what the symptoms appeared to be. Originally posted by Rayge:For some reason you have to manually update the driver for the controller through Windows 10. You may have been running the game in the background, but games usually don't do stuff in the background because of how they are written.
At that they better have their own drivers. After a while I found out that AutoHotKey only register keys when the actual AutoHotKey application is focused. I feel kinda stupid for not trying this earlier, but at least it seems the problem is there. I can explain better with an example. It lets you connect up to 8 controllers to your computer through a wireless connection at once. Hopefully Gamestop is my friend.
I also removed the batteries from the controller so its only powered by the cable. So theres problem with the F710 too? The input from the controller isn't registered at all. Two month later I finally realized that the drivers wasn't completely installed. Hey I hada problem when I play games with my Xbox one controller. You may need to update the controllers firmware to establish a proper connection. Then connected wireless the triggers have two separate axes Z axis and R axis. To no effect, of course.
I have done a fresh install on my other computer and it does not have the driver either. Games and system seem to recognize the controller now. In the meantime, we suggest that you update the controller by following the steps on this. I have looked through the device manager and cannot find any controller drivers. The controller vibrates, and the light flashes a few times before shutting down. Can you tell us if you recently installed the latest Windows Update on your computer? This doesn't work for me. I went out and bought an Xbox One controller as soon as I installed the driver, and tested it on a a couple Steam games.
Two month later I finally realized that the drivers wasn't completely installed. If i run out of batteries and i use the controller with a Cable it works fine but, when i put batteries back on. Windows Update states I'm up to date and the latest feature update is 1803, installed a month ago. The problem I was trying to solve was that the Playstation DualShock controller is almost a perfect 1:1 mapping for the Xbox controller, with only the Guide button as an extra one. Once it has installed, restart your computer and then play the game again.
But the drivers seems to work differently too. So if you noticed the problem, and then started capturing, you wouldn't see when it happened unless it continued to occur while you were monitoring usage. We'd be glad to further assist you. Let us know if you need clarifications. With the controller plugged in go to your device manager. Still, I ran a second diagnostic and a third, and a fourth and it gave me the same message again.