Hello, friends. Recently I bought an Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming Receiver for Windows
so I could use the two wireless 360 controllers I have on my PC.
I have been able to get the device installed, and the controllers paired with the receiver. When I press the Xbox Guide button, the software reports that controllers are connected and shows their battery charge.
However, device manager still throws yellow triangles for the two controllers, so I cannot get them configured as gamepads to use in my favorite ROMs and emulators
games. Windows does not appear to have drivers for them, and neither does the latest version the Xbox 360 PC software. If I try to manually select the "Xbox 360 controller" driver from the list of all device drivers, I get a Code 10 "cannot start" error for the controllers. Windows Update offers no drivers.
Has anyone experienced this issue? Does anyone have a solution?
Windows 7 x64 on a Core i3 & Gigabyte H55N-USB3.