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Topic # 12655 29-Mar-2007 14:14
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Does anyone know of some dirivers for W98 that will let you use the Xbox 360 wired USB Controller?

I got a mate who want to use it with his need for speed games but he is only running Win98SE


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  Reply # 65449 29-Mar-2007 14:20
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Unless someone is working on an unofficial driver for Win98, you'll be out of luck as the device requires Windows XP with SP1+.




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  Reply # 65456 29-Mar-2007 15:38
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I figured someone around here might have knowen of a generic USB gamepad driver for Win98 which might work with the Wired USB Xbox 360 controler.

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  Reply # 66606 8-Apr-2007 20:02
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pcruthven: I figured someone around here might have knowen of a generic USB gamepad driver for Win98 which might work with the Wired USB Xbox 360 controler.

You could give XBCD a bash - this supposedly works for 98/2000/XP (but the rumble still doesn't work).  Good luck though, the only game I found the controller useful for was Lego Star Wars.




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