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

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281w 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.

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Guide: How to Use a SixAxis Controller Under Windows Vista x64

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291w ago - I've made this tutorial, because I had many troubles with installing my SixAxis controller under Windows Vista x64.

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1. Download and extract the files

2. Open LibUSB64bit folder and run infwizard.exe. Click on next and select "USB Composite Device" from the list. Click next twice and save the file.

3. Go to Control Panel and open "Add hardware", select "Install drivers for older devices with Add Hardware wizard".

4. Select Install hardware manually from list, select "Show all devices", click "Have disk" and browse your computer for the file you created in step 2. If you get an error about compatibility, ignore it and continue.

5. Now install libusb-win32-filter-bin-0.1.12.1.exe, but make sure you set compatibility mode to Windows XP SP2 (Right click on installation file, click properties, Compatibility tab, Run this program in compatibility mode for Windows XP Sp2 and click OK).

6. !!IMPORTANT!! Now you must restart your computer, but remember to press F8 during boot! A screen will appear and scroll down to select "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement". You must do this every time you boot your computer, or your usb controllers wont work.

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