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hi there i posted on a old forum back in 2009 on how to get xbcd and fantec speedster 3 wheel's force feedback to work in rfactor

 

i dont have a problem testing it under XBCD 0.2.7 but in rfactor i cannot get it to work anyone know how?

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hello all, im kinda have the same problem as other on here but with my:

MadCatz MC2 xbox 1 wheel no rumble in any games just in setup utility.

 

USB\VID_0738&PID_4530

 

Direct X Diagnostic tool

XBCD Xbox Controller

controller ID 0

Vendor ID 0x0738

Product ID 0x4530

FF N/a

 

hope someone can help as this drives me crazy that the rumble dusnt work in games

 

Games try'ed: Dirt2, Grid, dolphin emu

Forgot

Windows Vista 64bit

XBCD 0.2.7

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unplug the wheel, install the updated xbcd from my skydrive/xtemu and plug back in, the FFB should be available with no need to reinstall the drivers

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unplug the wheel, install the updated xbcd from my skydrive/xtemu and plug back in, the FFB should be available with no need to reinstall the drivers

Squall Leonhart

 

thank you for the update it now show this in Direct X Diagnostic tool:

 

XBCD Xbox Controller

controller ID 0

Vendor ID 0x0738

Product ID 0x4530

FF C:\Windows\SysWow64\XBCDR.dll

 

And Fedit.exe now see's the wheel ( as a controller if that matters?)

but i get error messages when testing in Fedit

 

when opening Fedit:

warning: could not disable auto-centering spring in device.

 

in Fedit

00000000: Couldn't create the effect

00000001: hresult =0x80004001: function not supported

00000002: Effect is null, so can't play

 

and rumble still dusnt work in games like Dirt2, Grid. and Dolphin emu dusnt see the wheel as having rumble tryed 32bit and 64 bit

added: Pcsx2 sees the wheels rumble as DX XBCD Xbox Controller but when testing dusnt work.

 

and thx again Squall Leonhart for getting back to me so fast

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Dirt2 uses Xinput, and im not sure about Grid

 

Rumble on wheels particularly with non racing apps is not really tested on xbcd, there may be driver hacks required for centering, which the driver otherwise does not include, unfortunately im not up to modifying the driver outside of applying already tested patches

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i just use it to play dirt 2, Grid, need for speed hot pursuit. I dont mined not haven rumble or fores feed back that's just ice n on the cake lol.

 

i mainly use xbcd for my other 2 xbox 1 controllers for dolphin emu so me and my friends can play new super mario bros.

 

kinda wish i new about xbcd before i got rid of my old xbox controllers,

the plugins got messed up and i couldnt connect them to the xbox.

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I don't know what the hell i did but now the rumble works in the wheel on most of my games.

 

Tested:

 

Fedit works no errors

Dolphin emu 32bit works

Dolphin emu 64bit still dont see it

 

Need 4 speed works

 

have yet to try dirt2 as Squall said "Dirt2 uses Xinput"

and have yet to try it with Grid

tested rumbles the wrong controller on both Grid and Dirt2 lol

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Thx for all ur help , and sorry for asking so my Q's but would know of a guide/ tutorial for X360CE.

when i try to use it, it see's all the controllers plunged in and i can map them, dings at me when i do. but the games still use the mapped setting from XBCD setup utility. do i have to move any files around or something

 

wellz thx again for you help

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you should set xbcd setup to the x360ce profile. so you can use split triggers n the like.

 

the xinput files go in the games directory

 

more info can be gotten at TOCAEDIT forums, i just bundle the dll's

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Hello.

First of all, I would like to congratulate the work done here. I found your drivers recommended on forums in internet, in the sense of adjusting sensitivity on triggers and axis better than the default one from microsoft.

 

Well, I bought a generic xbox360 controller and tried to install them, following the guides and the tips here on the forum. I got the drivers working and recognized by windows (the calibration and test function on windows works correctly, with the right buttons/axis/triggers been displayed when used). However, the emulator tool doesn't seem to recognize the control for adjustments (but some say that's normal, but I would like to confirm that, especially because of the fact that my control is generic), and the game F1 2011 don't recognize the control with the XBCD driver.

 

So... i would like to ask you: Is the problem with my generic controller? If so, do you need the product ID? Windows recognize it like a "XBOX 360 controller for windows". Here's the data from dxdiag about the device.

XBCD Xbox 360 Controller

Vendor/Product ID: 0x045E, 0x028E

Location: Port_#0002.Hub_#0001

Matching Device ID: usb\vid_045e&pid_028e

Service: XBCD

OEMData: 23 00 88 11 18 00 00 00

Also, the problem could be the compatibility with the game, which I think is less probable, however I would like to ask you if this could be the problem. I already tried to change the xinput 1.3 with the other names, but I think this isn't the case, since F1 is a newer game.

 

Thank you for your great work! And please, forgive my grammar because english isn't my mother language.

 

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The emulator tool is preconfigured for the standard stype, however if you click save and reload the app it should have changed to your control and work.

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So apparently I'm having a little trouble myself.

 

The Afterglow AX.1 Wired controller I have has a different VID and PID value than the one in the inf file, thus disabling my controller when I try updating the device driver manually after installing.

 

In the INF file:

USB\VID_1BAD&PID_F900

 

My Controller:

USB\VID_0E6F&PID_0113

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I thought this thing was broken until i cleared the reprogrammed buttons.

XBCD_0.2.7 working with InterAct PowerPad Pro X-box pad VID_05FD&PID_107A on XP-SP3.

 

Thank you 'omnichronologically', for making it possible to use this type of HW with Windows (probably even 8).

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http://vba-m.com/forum/Thread-xbcd-0-2-7-release-info-updates-will-be-posted-here?pid=4057#pid4057

 

Known Problems:

Xbox tab buttons light up randomly on 360 control devices. This can be Ignored as long as the buttons and axis work properly on the Windows tab.

Driver does not reinit from standby/hibernate requiring a replug.

 

Not a bug

When using Split Axis, only one side of each Axis (Z and R(Rotation)Z are different axis) are assigned, a calibration of the triggers is required to make them behave properly

Some apps read the axis invertedly resulting in the trigger behaving like its fully depressed when calibrated.

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Known Problems:

Xbox tab buttons light up randomly on 360 control devices.

Driver does not reinit from standby/hibernate requiring a replug.

 

Not a bug

When using Split Axis, only one side of each Axis (Z and R(Rotation)Z are different axis) are assigned, a calibration of the triggers is required to make them behave properly

Some apps read the axis invertedly resulting in the trigger behaving like its fully depressed when calibrated.

 

I also have a Razer Onza TE (USB\VID_1689&PID_FD00) and am having the same issues as the poster above. Everything seems to work in the windows control panel but I have major issues with it in XBCD Setup.

 

I do apologize but I don't understand the quoted post above. Does it just not work or is there something I need to do to correct this.

 

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Hey, I'm having problems installing the xbcd 0.2.7 driver to my wired xbox 360 controller and hoping you could help.

 

My problem is when i go to install the drivers i get a message mid way through saying 'cannot install this hardware' 'the system cannot find the file specified'.

 

I have the microsoft drivers installed and using XP 32.

 

Any help you could offer would be great, thanks

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Awesome that worked thanks. The problem i have now is my controller isnt working in the game i'm playing (Final fantasy 11). I mapped all the buttons in the FFXI config before load all up and all the buttons seemed to work and i have gamepad enabled but still nothing works in the game :/

 

PS thanks for your reply!

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you should check with other players to see if their gamepads are working.... this could be something silly like the client only accepting logitech game pads.

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