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Trouble with playing on a X1 Controller

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DistortedVortex
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Post » 24 Jan 2016, 12:24

so i was trying to play mari0 with a xbox one controller but it doesn't respond with the game any help on a fix please

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Post » 24 Jan 2016, 12:28

you can try to download a program that could temporary change every control of your controller into a xbox 360 controller

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Post » 24 Jan 2016, 12:42

Julien12150 wrote:you can try to download a program that could temporary change every control of your controller into a xbox 360 controller

like what julien

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Post » 24 Jan 2016, 13:27

google it, i really don't know

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Post » 13 Mar 2016, 20:41

Julien12150 wrote:google it, i really don't know


How helpful of you.

In all seriousness, despite this thread being a few months old, it may be helpful in the future.

There is this really helpful program for Windows that lets you map the buttons of your controllers called Joy2Key.

As for your controller being an Xbox One controller, if you're on Windows 8 or above the drivers should be pre-installed. At least that's how it was on my old Surface Pro 3.

For the Mac, that's a different story. Here's an article I found useful.

EDIT: Because TurretBot said something, I decided to do some research on the support for Linux distros. Apparently if your distro is using any kernel version past 3.17, the drivers should be supported natively.

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Post » 07 Jul 2016, 08:04

can anybody help?

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Post » 07 Jul 2016, 17:08

woah this is months old congratulation

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Post » 05 Sep 2016, 08:57

While Microsoft is taking its own sweet time in making it usable on the PC without wires, you can easily game on your computer with an Xbox One controller that's wired in.

In addition to a computer with Windows, all you need is a Micro-USB cable (used for charging most Windows and Android smartphones), an Internet connection to download the required drivers, and, of course, an Xbox One controller.

1. Install drivers
Boot up your PC, connect to the Internet. Download and install one of these driver packages depending on your version of Windows:
PC drivers for 32-bit Windows

PC drivers for 64-bit Windows


2. Connect the controller
With the drivers installed, plug in the Micro-USB end of the cable to the controller and the USB end of it into your computer's USB port. If it works, the controller will vibrate. If it does not vibrate, try another Micro-USB cable and/ or a different USB port.
That's all you need to do to get your Xbox One controller working on the PC.

Please note:


If you plan on using the same controller with an Xbox One, you will need to re-sync the controller to the console. You can do this by holding the wireless sync buttons on the console and controller at the same time or attaching it to the console via Micro-USB cable.

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Post » 05 Sep 2016, 11:41

Julien12150 wrote:woah this is months old congratulation


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