#2
yeah, just plug the controller into the back of the computer.
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i marvel at how people could have the patience to build a guitar basically from scratch, since i try to do something for about 5 seconds, and if it gives me any trouble it usually ends up...you know... on fire.
#4
Plug it into a USB port, and then install the driver for it and you're good to go.
#7
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I don't believe wired controllers will work.

Actually they do, I currently have mine in.
Quote by nxtvanhalen
i marvel at how people could have the patience to build a guitar basically from scratch, since i try to do something for about 5 seconds, and if it gives me any trouble it usually ends up...you know... on fire.
#9
omg...ok...so i just downloaded the driver....i plug in my controller, windows detects new harware...i choose to automatically search for drivers...and its still searching (this was 5 minutes ago)


EDIT: nvm it found it as i was typing
#11
no problem.
Quote by nxtvanhalen
i marvel at how people could have the patience to build a guitar basically from scratch, since i try to do something for about 5 seconds, and if it gives me any trouble it usually ends up...you know... on fire.