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PS3 DualShock 3/SixAxis x64 & Windows 7 Drivers Now Available!


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276w ago - Over the last few weeks, Motion-in Joy (linked above) has made available PS3 DualShock 3/SixAxis x64 and Windows 7 drivers, along with detailed instructions.

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PS3 SixAxis DualShock 3 for Windows x64 Instructions

1. Download from [Register or Login to view links]

2. Install it, you can refer to [Register or Login to view links]

3. This [Register or Login to view links] will let you run unsigned drivers on 64bit Windows system.

a. Use it to sign "C:WINDOWSsystem32driversMijUfilt.sys".
b. Enable test mode
c. Reboot your PC

4. Press PS button can work now


PS3 SixAxis DualShock 3 Vista 64bit Driver

1. It can work on my Vista home premium 64bit debug mode.

2. You can download it [Register or Login to view links], because Windows 64bit system needs signed drivers from Microsoft.

3. Having issues? Use [Register or Login to view links] to get the driver signed.


PS3 DualShock 3 SixAxis Windows 7 Driver

1. In Device manager, look for USB human interface device.right click "USB Input Device" check the VID&PID.

2. Click Update Driver select "Browse my computer for driver software"

3. Select "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer"

4. Select "Have Disk..."

5. Navigate to your download files. Select the "sixds3".

6. Select "MotioninJoy USB GamePad" and click Next.

7. Select "install this driver software anyway".

8. Your Device Manager will like it as follows.

9. Press PS button, now you can use SixAxis or Dualshock 3 as a general gamepad.

10. Download [Register or Login to view links].



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Megidolaon's Avatar
#12 - Megidolaon - 1w ago
I am quite desperate here because it doesn't work and I have no idea why, I checked so many guides but nothing helps.

I use windows 7 home premium, which recognizes my PS3 pad, but neither DS3Tool nor Better DS3 recognize the pad (I am using the signed version).

They did in the past and the pad is still working fine on my PS3 console.

Also, in several guides I see the file sixds3 mentioned, but I can find it neither on my pc or on the internet.

PS3 News's Avatar
#11 - PS3 News - 2w ago
The entire site appears down for me, but some file links were mirrored/attached here if it helps: [Register or Login to view links]

WhatTheFuk's Avatar
#10 - WhatTheFuk - 2w ago
These links need to be fixed.

And why is it in japanese?

DKRussell's Avatar
#9 - DKRussell - 66w ago
Tried BOTH of those driver packages and keep getting errors when unzipping... i3 running 7 ultimate x64.

With a little research I found the drivers and instructions for x86 and x64 with both being signed so no test-mode needed.

xinputer.com/download/MotioninJoy_060001_x86_signed.zip
xinputer.com/download/MotioninJoy_060001_amd64_signed.zip

oVERSoLDiER's Avatar
#8 - oVERSoLDiER - 67w ago
Searched a bit around - here you go !

A good site to calibrate is xinputer.com I guess !

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