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Kei_Centillion

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I recently purchsed a GGE909 controller from Wal Mart, a Recoil Profiler Software Keyboard and mouse emulation controller for gaming, because it was cheap, and I needed a controller.

After trying the installation CD (totally useless, asks for files that are alledgedly on the windows xp cd, but do not apear therein - why package a useless cd with the controller?), and that failing, I browsed the internet for a driver; found a few, but each one I have to pay for. I already paid for the good, don't want to pay for it again.

Does anyone know about this particular controller, and why it isn't working?

My computer is a nforce6m-a 520le motherboard with 2 gigs system ram, a 4.8 ghz amd athlon processor (brisbane core), and I am running windows xp professional with vistas inspirat (may cause a conflict?)

Thanks!

Edited by Kei_Centillion, 20 March 2008 - 01:58 PM.

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Hi Kei,

Unfortunately the company doesn't seem to have a website etc. from googling this seems to be a very common problem with no answers :)
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Eh figures... All I can do is tell other people who stumble across here that it's a good controller - provided that you don't mind reintalling it (a 4-5 minute process) everytime you reboot. It has a nice little GUI for setting up controller functions, but it's totally agrevating and 100% unreliable and unstable; reason is this;

It doesn't actually INSTAL, per say, it really just detects a driver, tells your OS "okay, we can use this", then kind of inconveinietly fogets about it at system shutdown.
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First of all: Thank You. Upon finding this forum thread it became instrumental in my decision to just buy the driver, but those of you who didn't want to pay I uploaded it HERE. This if the full driver which upon restarting I DID NOT have to re-install, please enjoy!

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