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Arcade stick driver

by Edgardo
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Edgardo
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Aug16-08, 05:38 AM
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I have the Hori fighting stick 3 (arcade stick) that has a USB connection. It is meant to be used with the Playstation3 but I'd like to use it for the PC.

When I connect it to the PC via USB it is recognized by Windows XP but in the "gamecontrollers menu" no button or stick movement is recognized.

Now, others have the problem too (here, here) but only few of the people
have managed to use the arcade stick with the help of a driver. The problem is that the driver seems to work only on 64Bit Windows systems.

Is there any way to make the driver work on 32bit systems? Or do I have to program a USB driver myself?
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Greg Bernhardt
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Aug17-08, 11:41 AM
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Try one of these

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MPBK1L5Q

http://rapidshare.com/files/22348021/fs3drv.zip.html
Edgardo
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Aug22-08, 03:59 PM
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I tried both drivers but unfortunately they don't work. The fs3drv.zip allegedly only works on 64 bit systems. Thanks anyway.


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