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360 Controller to PC

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I'm seeing many articles online about connecting the 360 controllers to your PC for playing games. I actually discovered this articles after finding the software from the Microsoft website. I downloaded the software, installed it, rebooted the computer, and attached my wireless 360 controller to my PC with the USB recharging adapter. My PC stated that new hardware had been found, but it failed to find a driver for it. I keep reading articles where people comment on how easy it was to get their controller connnected and that Windows found the driver online, etc. My computer is online and is unable to find the driver. I told it to look in a specific location and made the location the folder where the 360 controller software is installed under Program Files. Still no luck.

Have any of you had any luck and if so, what did you do to make it work?

Any and all information will be greatly appreciated.


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