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I downloaded and installed the FireShock driver version 126.96.36.199 (into the default location the installer gave me, being in C:/Program Files), and it didn't work. Then I rebooted my computer, and it still didn't work. Even after going to Device Manager, "updating" the driver for the "Navigation Controller" USB input with FireShock's "FireShock 3 Device" driver and rebooting my computer, it still doesn't work. Same deal as before, the Navigation Controller is recognized, but whatever I do, nothing happens to the inputs. I haven't tried installing ViGEm, though.
Wobbles wrote: So for 1, you need to make sure you install the fireshock drivers, link in the OP, they are buggy still so be warned.
As I said, 188.8.131.52. It's also called 1.0.1 somewhere, but however, Windows refers to the driver as version 184.108.40.206 when I apply the "FireShock 3 Device" plug-in to the Navigation Controller through Device Manager. (But I've never had FireShock before, and I only downloaded and installed version 220.127.116.11 from the link in the opening post, not version 18.104.22.168, plus version 22.214.171.124 is only said to just automatically apply the plug-in for the PCSX2 emulator if it's installed, so the actual drivers might even be the same in version 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52.)
Wobbles wrote: What version fireshock drivers do you have? needs to be 1.0.1 or newer I think
Wobbles wrote: Make sure you Bluetooth window is not open, and make sure that there are no "controller monitor" windows open in 1.7
If the Navigation Controller is plugged in when I "update" the driver, there comes an error telling me to reboot my computer. Doing that, the driver is still the FireShock 3 Device one, but it still doesn't work. If it's not plugged in, no errors, but even then, both before and after rebooting my computer, it also still doesn't work. (And yes, I have checked that I changed the correct device to the DualShock 3 Device driver.)
Wobbles wrote: Assuming no hardware errors in the dev manager?
My Navigation Controller has "CECH-ZCS1E" written in a corner, which I think is the model name. I don't know about the "VID" or "PID", though, but by googling about it, I think it's either "USB\VID_054C&PID_042F\6&60B250E&0&3" (as "device instance path" in device manager) or "USB\VID_054C&PID_042F&REV_0100" (as "hardware Ids" in device manager, with "&REV_0100" being in the first hardware ID but not the second one, otherwise the two "hardware Ids" are the same).
Wobbles wrote: What is your Nav model number and also the VID/PID? I may have to refer this back to benjamin as a driver incompatibility.